DAVOS, Switzerland – Pakistan will release details of an investigation into the Mumbai attacks “very soon,” Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said on Wednesday.
“We are investigating … anything substantive we will share with the world,” he told Reuters in an interview in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, where business and political leaders are meeting.
“Very soon, whatever the findings, we will come to the world,” he said.
India and Pakistan have been exchanging 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.
Gilani also voiced Pakistan’s support for U.S. President Barack Obama’s plans to send more troops to Afghanistan.
“When they are sending more troops they will be supported,” he said.
Obama has ordered a review of the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan. He promised during the U.S. presidential election campaign to bolster troop levels there to battle growing violence and a resurgent Taliban and al Qaeda.