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Karāchi : Pakistan | Feb 17, 2012 at 7:30 PM PST
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WASHINTON: United States is not seeking to interfere in Pakistani internal issues, said state department on Friday.

During a daily press briefing here, US State Department's Spokesperson Victoria Nuland said that if the Pakistan and Iran gas pipeline does go forward, and there have been a lot of false starts and backing and forthing on that, US have issues of concern on the pipeline which US had been very clear about those with the government of Pakistan.

Answering a question, Nuland said that the US is not seeking to interfere in their internal issues.

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US not seeking to interfere in Pakistan internal issues
WASHINTON: United States is not seeking to interfere in Pakistani internal issues, said state department on Friday.
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