Thursday, December 19, 2013

Strategic Pakstan-US dialogue to resume by February

USA and Pakistan are to inseparable allies with a chequered history relations reaching to peak high and then dropping to the lowest point. The suspension of The strategic dialogue between Pakistan and the US since 2010 is just one example of the oscillating relationships.

The talks were suspended after the Raymond Davis incident, in which the former CIA contractor killed two armed men in Lahore, the attack on the Salala military post, and the US raid in Abbottabad that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden.

Presently, the drone attacks have drawn a severe reaction across Pakistan and a leading political party PTI under cricketer turned politician Imran Khan has stopped NATO supply trucks from passing through the northern province of Pakistan.

Now it has been reported that the suspended strategic Pakistan US dialogue are to resume by February 2014. The dialogue assume much importance as in year 2014 a bulk of NATO forces are to withdraw from Afghanistan and the post-NATO scenario assumes a serious issue.

This was stated by Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz while winding up a debate Wednesday on foreign policy.

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