United States on Saturday expressed hope that Pakistan will bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attack to justice.
"We would hope that the Pakistani authorities will continue their investigation and bring the perpetrators of the attacks to justice," Assistant secretary of State for Public Affairs P J Crowley said.
The visiting Union Home Minister P Chidambaram, during his four-day trip to Washington and New York, had expressed his concern to the top US leadership about Pakistan's lackluster approach against terrorists responsible for the Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Chidambaram, among others met US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and National Security Adviser General (Rtd) James Jones.
"Among the topics discussed were ongoing cooperation on terrorism, following up on the Mumbai attacks and deepening our cooperation between the two countries," Crowley said when asked about the meeting between Clinton and Chidambaram.
Chidambaram left for India on Friday evening, following his four-day trip to the US during which he appraised the US leadership about the ground realities about terrorism in South Asia, had a first-hand experience of the steps being taken by the US with regard to counter-terrorism, and discussed various issues of mutual interest.