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NATO official claims supply progress to Afghanistan from Pakistan

Islamabad : Pakistan | Jul 15, 2012 at 10:28 AM PDT
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Obama touches on Afghanistan and Pakistan at NATO summit

U.S. officials have confirmed that on the issue of NATO supply, U.S. and Pakistan has resume formal talks between with the positive progress, but memorandum of understanding in this regard could not be finalized.

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