Pak Cabinet to discuss reopening NATO supplies next week
Islamabad, May 12 (ANI): Pakistani leaders have scheduled a meet next week to discuss ending a nearly six-month blockade on NATO supplies to Afghanistan, official sources said.
According to the Daily Times, the meeting will also debate how and whether to repair relations with the United States in time to attend a key NATO summit later this month. rime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is said to have confirmed the date for the meeting of the defence committee of the cabinet from London, where he is on an official visit to Britain, the second-largest contributor to the NATO mission in Afghanistan.
Pakistan shut its Afghan border crossings to NATO supplies after U.S. air strikes killed 24 Pakistani soldiers on November 26, provoking a major crisis in Pakistan-U.S. relations. (ANI)
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