Latest Pakistan News / SEOUL: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said on Monday that an apology from the US over the Nato attack in Mohmand agency would not be enough.
Khar who is in Seoul attending a Nuclear Security Summit with Prime Minister Gilani said that after the attack it had become necessary to review relations with the United States.
“Pakistan suffered an economic loss because it was an ally in the war on terror,” Khar said.
The foreign minister added that relations with the US should be based on practicality and reality.
Earlier Prime Minister Gilani met informally with US President Obama at the summit. Gilani informed the US president that the Pakistani Parliament would decide over the future course of ties between the two countries.
The two leaders are scheduled to meet after the summit concludes on Tuesday. According to the White House, President Obama would seek to put strained relations with Pakistan on a more even footing when he meets Prime Minister Gilani.
Last week the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) presented its recommendations to parliament regarding ties with the US.
The committee recommended that Pakistan demand an unconditional apology from the US over the Nato attack in which 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed.