Pak-US close to resolving resumption of NATO supply routes dispute
Islamabad, July 2 (ANI): The United States and Pakistan are apparently close to resolving the issue of reopening NATO supply routes to Afghanistan, official sources have claimed.
Official sources from both countries pointed out that U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's call to of Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf and the presence of a high-level American delegation in Islamabad, had raised hopes that the dispute might soon be resolved.
The Dawn quoted sources, as saying that that an important meeting between the two sides took place on Sunday shortly after the arrival of Commander of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) General John Allen on his second visit to the country in four days.
According to the report, the meeting coincided with Secretary Clinton's call to Raja Pervez, in which she said Pakistan and the U.S. were partners in the war on terror and would succeed in defeating the common enemy.
Official sources in Washington said that "both sides are rapidly moving towards resolving this issue", but refused to give further details.
Washington's diplomatic and political circles claimed that the State Department is strongly supporting the proposal to accept Islamabad's demand for an apology over the November 26 US air raid that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. (ANI)
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