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US Clinton condoles on the death of Pakistani Soldiers

US Clinton condoles on the death of Pakistani Soldiers

Pakistan News/Islamabad: The United State Secretary Hillary Clinton telephone to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday evening and condoles on the death of Pakistani Soldiers, E Pakistan News reported.

She conveyed her personal condolences on the deaths of Pakistani soldiers; she added that the attack was not planned and both countries need wait for result of investigation.

Clinton said the United State has a big regard for Pakistan sovereignty.

She said the NATO accidental raid should not allowed to break the relation between Pakistan and US which have both common interest.

She also discussed to Prime Minister on the issue of BONN CONFERENCE which Pakistan is denied to participate on it.

Prime Minister Gilani replied that he had promised to refer the issue of Pakistani’s Participation at BONN conference in National Security Committee to German Chancellor Markel when she asks to him.

PM Gilani added that Pakistan has played a very positive and effective roll for peace and stability in the region and also rendered many sacrifices in the war on terror.

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