U.S. military commander's departure from Pakistan

U.S. military commander's departure from Pakistan

Islamabad : Pakistan | Mar 29, 2012 at 8:52 AM PDT
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Pakistan tells NATO to leave air base

Ahsan Premee

Associated Press Service

U.S. Central Command chief Gen. James Metz talks with Pakistani leaders in high and regionally stability operations in Afghanistan and Pakistan to the United States has reiterated the importance of military ties.

U.S. Embassy in Islamabad by the issued in a statement said General Metz after completing their tour of Pakistan on Thursday left.

U.S. commander in Afghanistan, NATO-led International Security Assistance Force chief Gen. John Allen, a day before Pakistan came along.

The top U.S. military leaders of the Pakistani army chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani and with other senior military officials militant activities and improve cross-border cooperation on a range of issues including communication security.

The embassy said a senior U.S. military official in Pakistan after last winter was the first visit.

Mohmand Agency checkpost slalh NATO bombing on November 26 and 24 Pakistani soldiers killed in protests in Pakistan and the U.S. cooperate with coalition forces in Afghanistan was suspended.

Pakistan's political leaders to restore the relationship has been subject to full parliamentary process.

Pakistani army commander, General Metz said General Kayani met U.S. slalh first high-level contacts after the incident, which investigated the attacks and how to contact ,border issues were discussed.

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