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Pakistan demands US unconditional apology over deadly NATO attacks

Islamabad, Tue, 20 Mar 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Mar 20 (ANI): Pakistan has demanded an unconditional apology from the United States for the NATO attacks that killed 24 soldiers in the country last year.


Pakistani lawmakers have opened a debate on the terms of the nation's re-engagement with the United States, demanding the end to NATO air strikes in Pakistan.


Demanding an unconditional apology from Washington, the lawmakers said that those responsible for the attack should be brought to justice. The recommendations also said that any use of Pakistani bases or airspace by foreign forces would require the parliament's approval, The Dawn reports.


The Ministry of Defense and US/NATO/ISAF were also told to draft new flying routes for areas close to the border.


The commission said that the re-opening of the US/NATO supply route must be based on a thorough revision of the term of conditions of the agreement, which shall be subject to strict monitoring within Pakistan on anti-entry, transit and exit points.


It was also suggested that no verbal agreement regarding national security shall be entered into by the government or any other ministry or department.


It further suggested that there should be prior permission and transparency on the number and presence of foreign intelligence operatives in Pakistan. (ANI)


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