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Pakistan wants unconditional apology for Salala: Khar

Pakistan on Thursday called again for an apology for a NATO cross-border strike that killed two dozen soldiers last year before it considered reopening supply routes to foreign troops in Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, speaking to reporters in Kabul, also rejected reports that Pakistan was haggling with the United States over transportation fees for the supplies.
“Pakistan still wants an unconditional apology and the reassurance that a Salala type of incident does not happen again,” she said, referring to the border area where the incident took place. Khar also said Pakistan was not supporting any militant group and that it was doing whatever it could to advance the peace process in Afghanistan, which she said, must be “Afghan-led, Afghan-owned”.



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      • KAMRAN said:

        My modesty gets in the way 🙂 I did see her in jeans and she looked good. I wonder if she is as good as she looks (wink,wink).

        • pakAwam said:

          If Bill Clinton was US president today….Hina would have gotten anything from the USA by using her skills.
          Stop begging for an apology. You cant beg for an apology, idiot!

          • KAMRAN said:

            She can still try though. You never know what moment she might catch someone in. How many presidents can brag that they screwed another country's foreign minister?

  1. pakAwam said:

    If Bill Clinton was US president today….Hina would have gotten anything from the USA by using her skills.
    Stop begging for an apology. You cant beg for an apology, idiot!

  2. KAMRAN said:

    I'd love to see those lips wraped around my……….:)

    • Spi-der-man said:

      Please mind your lang……. its a public forum – i know you live in USA but she is doing fairly good in international relations… for Pakistan.

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