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Latest Breaking News: U.S. CIA Senior Official Leave Pakistan > The United State Senior CIA Officials leave Pakistan, who was lead, the intelligence team of Osama Bin Laden Special forces raid in Abbottabad, reported on 31 July 2011.

U.S. CIA Senior Official Leave Pakistan





According to source, the CIA intelligence officer has leave Pakistan due to medical reasons. The CIA officials denied commenting on this situation or matter.

Source story, citing US and Pakistani officials, said the officer who headed one of the Central Intelligence Agency’s most sensitive positions worldwide was not expected to return.


It was the second such departure in seven months from the post, after his predecessor was forced to leave when a Pakistani official admitted his name had been leaked.


US and Pakistani officials told ABC they hoped the station chief’s departure would pave the way for smoother ties between the CIA and Pakistan’s ISI intelligence agency, noting the leaving officer had an “Extremely Tense” relationship with his counterparts in the ISI.


“Pakistan has been harassing US personnel working in the country for months,” a US official told ABC. A Pakistani intelligence official, meanwhile, said “there is no trust.”

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