India on Monday welcomed the United States decision to suspend $ 800 million military aid to Pakistan, saying a heavy presence of arms would have disturbed the equilibrium in the region. With reference to the special circumstances between India and Pakistan and how India has consistently taken the view that it is not desirable that this region had to be heavily armed by the U.S. which will upset the equilibrium in the region itself. To that extent India welcomes this step, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna told reporters here. Mr. Krishna said, Simultaneously the U.S. must take note of the fact that we are working in a very committed manner to normalise our relations with Pakistan to reduce trust deficit, and efforts are on. The Minister said he was expecting his Pakistani counterpart to visit the country around the end of this month to carry forward the dialogue process.