President Obama calls President Zardari over NATO attacks

President Obama calls President Zardari over NATO attacks

Karāchi : Pakistan | Dec 04, 2011 at 12:06 PM PST
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President Obama on sunday called President Zardari to express his condolences on the death of 24 Pakistani soldiers in Nato strike last month. The call comes after white house spokesperson had declared that President Obama would not apologize to Pakistan.

President Obama made clear that this regrettable incident was not a deliberate attack on Pakistan and reiterated the United States’ strong commitment to a full investigation.

The United States has been under pressure since NATO attack as Pakistan decided not to take part in the Bonn Conference on the future of Afghanistan that opens on monday a decision which robs the conference of its usefulness.

warewolf is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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