India and Pakistan plan to hold foreign minister-level talks in Islamabad in July as part of efforts to get their abandoned peace talks back on track, New Delhi said on Tuesday. The foreign minister of Pakistan has invited me to go Islamabad on the 15th of July, India's Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna told reporters after a telephone call with his Pakistani counterpart, Shah Mehmood Qureshi. I am planning to visit Islamabad and I am looking forward to these talks, he added. India hoped the talks would be helpful in building trust between the two countries, he added. Let's hope that these efforts will be fruitful. During discussions in the Bhutanese capital Thimphu late last month, the prime ministers of both countries agreed that their foreign ministers would meet soon to draw up a road map for future talks. India broke off a comprehensive peace dialogue with Pakistan after the Mumbai attacks in November 2008 that left 166 people dead.