No decision yet on Nato supply lines, says Gilani
[Dawn] The Pak prime minister has said the country has yet to decide on the issue of restoring ground supply lines to NATO
...the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. A single organization with differing goals, equipment, language, doctrine, and organization....
troops in Afghanistan; however, a decision would be announced as soon as talks between different ministries and officials conclude.
"We have directed the concerned ministries and departments to conclude the process as soon as possible," Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani
... Pakistain's erstwhile current prime minister, whose occasional feats of mental gymnastics can be awe-inspiring ...
told news hounds on Thursday after attending an event here in Islamabad.
The final decision would depend on the outcome of ongoing talks, said PM Gilani.
Moreover, the prime minister said that the invitation by NATO sent to President Asif Ali
President Ten Percent Zardari
... sticky-fingered husband of the late Benazir Bhutto ...
to attend the Chicago summit was an 'unconditional' one.
...back at the abandoned silver mine, the water was up to Jack's neck and still rising...
in a statement also on Thursday, the Foreign Office said that a final decision on reopening the routes will be taken in the best national interest of the country.
Pakistain has engaged with United States to resolve all pending issues, said Foreign Office front man Moazzam Ali Khan, adding that the government would abide by the recommendations of the parliament both "in letter and spirit".
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