In the midst of high expectations from India on the issue of MFN, Pakistan today urged New Delhi to have "the confidence and faith" in it, but "times have changed" and Islamabad wants full normalization of bilateral trade. India has said, there is a clear political desire to "walk the talk" with its neighboring country. The mutual insurance companies have been distributed by the Secretaries of Commerce of both countries, who began their two-day talks to ensure the normal bilateral trade. He armed with a "political support and the mandate, Pakistan Commerce Secretary Zafar Mahmood said in his opening remarks," I want to assure you that for the benefit of having the confidence and faith in the process (the normalization of trade). The times have changed. The world is closer, "PTI reported. Mahmood, who has a second round of talks with its complement of India in the last six months said, not looking forward to the official threads flat" in a spirit of mutual cooperation and trust. "In Pakistan, as well as ordinary people and businessmen as well as the political leadership wants the normalization of bilateral trade, he added. The Indian Commerce Secretary, while welcoming the decision of Pakistan to grant the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India, said "the expectations from this talk runs high. .. "How people understand the business community and politicians want a place penetration and a foundation for the preferential trade arrangements. "With such a clear vision of politics, we are now forced to walk the talk," Khullar said. India has granted MFN status to Pakistan way back in 1996. Islamabad had announced to grant the crucial WTO-compliant regime for New Delhi on November 2. But confusion followed. At present, Pakistan allows the import of only about 1900 items from India.