US ready to discuss apology issue with Pak over deadly NATO attack
Islamabad, June 30 (ANI): The Obama administration is ready to hold talks on the issue of a apology to Pakistan over the Salala incident in which US forces killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last year.
Sources in the Pakistan Foreign Ministry said on Friday that some progress has been made on the matter.
They said that talks on guaranteeing that Salala-like incidents would not happen again and steps to ensure stopping cross-border intrusions have already started, the Daily Times reports.
When asked as whether America would be ready to offer an apology over the Salala incident, US embassy spokesman Mark Stroh did not reject the possibility, but said that it was a political level question and a version at this stage was not possible.
He also stressed that the US is supporting border coordination and it wants that mishaps should not take place in future.
When asked whether the US is going to discuss the apology, Stroh said that the US is ready for further talks when Pakistan would be ready as negotiations at the technical level were concluded. (ANI)
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