India on Thursday called for fast tracking of the negotiation process for a trade facilitation pact in services at the WTO, saying multilateral bodies cannot afford delivering slowly in the present political reality of the globe. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said member countries of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) can learn lessons from the negotiations on the trade facilitation agreement in goods, which took long time for conclusion. On the lines of the trade facilitation pact in goods, India has submitted a detailed proposal to the WTO to negotiate a trade facilitation agreement in services (TFS). “I hope it will not take too long because the disillusion that multilateral institutions are delivering slowly cannot be afforded any longer in the political reality of the globe today,” she said . She was speaking at a workshop on TFS, organised by the commerce ministry and the World Bank.