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Condemn NATO attacks, Pakistani minister tells world

Last updated: 05 December, 2011
Islamabad, Dec 5, (IANS):

The international community must condemn the Nov 26 NATO attacks on Pakistani posts so that such incidents do not take place in future, said a Pakistani minister.

NATO airstrikes on two Pakistan Army checkposts in Mohmand Agency Nov 26 left 24 soldiers dead, sparking outrage in the country.

Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan Sunday urged the international community to condemn the NATO attacks in a befitting manner.

Talking to PTV, she said Pakistan had rendered great sacrifices in the war against terror.

She added that the international community should condemn the attacks on Pakistani posts to avoid such incidents in future.

She asked all the political parties to shun petty differences and work for strengthening democracy and protecting sovereignty and stability of Pakistan, reported Associated Press of Pakistan.


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