US reprimanding Pakistan to stop dealing with Iran on its Gas Pipe Line Project.

US reprimanding Pakistan to stop dealing with Iran on its Gas Pipe Line Project.

Karāchi : Pakistan | Jan 27, 2012 at 4:38 AM PST
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Pakistan plans to use the gas purchased from Iran for its power sector

The US State Department said to have reprimanded Pakistan and showed its concern with regard to a deal of agreement with Iran in connection with Pak–Iran Gas Pipe Line Project.

Pakistan is one of the countries that we’re working with primarily from the US embassy in Islamabad, the department’s spokesperson Victoria Nuland told in briefing in Washington when asked in the United States was also urging Pakistan not to buy gas from Iran.

According to the US media reported earlier this week that the US has stepped up efforts to persuade Pakistan to stop not only the gas but also stop purchasing liquid natural gas from Iran.

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US reprimanding Pakistan to stop dealing with Iran on its Gas Pipe Line Project.
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Nisar Shahid is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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