Investigations have shown that the Mumbai attacks were not planned from Pakistan, the country's high commissioner to Britain told an Indian television news channel Friday. "Pakistani territory was not used so far as the investigators have made their conclusions," Wajid Shamsul Hassan, Pakistan's high commissioner in Britain, told India's NDTV channel in an interview Friday. This is the first time a Pakistani top official has commented in any detail about the dossier of evidence which India said it had handed to Pakistan last month. "They categorically informed me that (the) UK was not involved. Pak (Pakistan) was not involved. Its territories were not used for planning this operation," Hassan said. India and Pakistan have exchanged heated rhetoric since the Mumbai attacks that killed 179 people in November. India says they were carried out by Pakistani nationals and must have had support from Pakistani state agencies. Pakistan denies that and says it will cooperate with Indian authorities. "We are watching and will let you know when we have something," an Indian foreign ministry spokesman in New Delhi said when asked for a response to Hassan's interview. During the interview, Hassan said Islamabad hoped other countries would accept their findings. "We are not doing any whitewashing business. We believe in going about facts. Our findings will be acceptable to the world," Hassan said. Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said Wednesday that Pakistan would release details of its investigation into the attack "very soon."