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Pak Senators say US has to apologise for Salala attack

The Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan has said US should "respect parliamentary resolutions and apologise for the Salala attack.



Islamabad: The Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan has said that by demanding one-sided steps from Pakistan, the US cannot get desired results in the region, especially after the Salala incident.

"Pakistan places its bilateral relationship with the US in high regard but it would never compromise on its sovereignty," The Express Tribune quoted chairman of the committee Haji Adeel, as saying.

He added that the US should "respect parliamentary resolutions and apologise for the Salala attack, besides taking concrete steps for putting the bilateral relationship on the right track".
The committee also reviewed the losses inflicted by the free-of-charge NATO supply routes and endorsed Pakistan’s demand for imposing tax on the supply routes if they are reopened.

ANI

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