Pakistan trashed and insulted, Kayani won't meet US official

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  1. ajtr

    ajtr Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    Pakistan 'trashed' and insulted, Kayani won't meet US official

    Pakistan Army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani's office turned down a request for a meeting by visiting US deputy assistant secretary of defense Peter Lavoy, reflecting the strains that have hit ties between the two countries since last year. A meeting was requested by the American official but the general headquarters declined it, unnamed Pakistani officials were quoted as saying by The News daily on Monday.
    The officials said they were not aware if Lavoy was given any reasons for the decision.

    US officials in Washington too confirmed the development, the daily reported.

    One unnamed Pakistani official indicated the request was turned down because of allegations by US officials that Pakistan was not doing enough to rein in militants operating along the border with Afghanistan.

    "There are several reasons for turning down (a meeting with) Lavoy. It is to tell the Americans that you cannot be bad-mouthing us day in and day out and then expect a meeting with Pakistan's most powerful personality," the official said.

    "You cannot trash our sovereignty, threaten us, announce intensified drone attacks, kill our soldiers, refuse to apologise when you do the same in Kabul, hold back our money (from the Coalition Support Fund), threaten to cut off all aid and then pretend that it is business as usual," the official added.

    Pakistan has been angered by remarks made by US defense secretary Leon Panetta during a recent visit to India and Afghanistan.

    Panetta said the US had no plans to stop drone strikes despite protests from Pakistan.

    Panetta further said the US was running out of patience with Pakistan for failing to act against militant safe havens in the tribal belt bordering Afghanistan.

    Officials involved in working out a "package deal" with the US told The News that there were clear instructions from the Pakistan government that a US apology for a deadly NATO air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in November last year was more important than the fees to be paid for NATO containers going to Afghanistan.

    "We would be willing to forgo charges in return for assurances on our sovereignty and offer of an apology. It means more than the money, we are more concerned about our dignity and honour.

    "If we get assurances that our sovereignty will not be violated and our dignity will be respected, we will not bother about the money part. Price of containers is not an important issue," an official was quoted as saying.

    The official said Lavoy had been told that, without an apology, it would not be possible to move forward on reopening the NATO supply lines to Afghanistan.

    "One cannot predict the outcome of our discussions. The process remains unpredictable. The apology remains the key to preserve our dignity. In the absence of the same, it has been difficult to move forward," the official said.

    Pakistan closed the supply lines after the NATO air strike in November.

    Since then, Islamabad and Washington have been engaged in negotiations to settle their differences.

    Pakistani leaders, including foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar, have said that an apology for the NATO air strike is a pre-requisite for reopening the supply lines.

    Efforts are now underway to ensure that an "acceptable apology is delivered one way or the other to Pakistan", The News reported.

    "There appears to be a slim chance that an acceptable apology will surface. Neither side is ready to accept the language the interlocutors are working on, and time is running out.

    "General headquarters has to understand that a ready apology was pushed aside and now too many issues have overtaken the apology," an unnamed diplomat was quoted as saying.

    The powerful security establishment has sent a message to Lavoy that a "package deal" would not be possible without an apology.
     
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    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    Suit yourself. Its good that he is not meeting the US envoy lest any agreement come out. US should not apologize. US should step up drone strikes. The US should step up cross border strikes using helicopter gunships. Kill those SoBs.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Well what does Pakistan expect after running with the hares and hunting with the hounds?

    The USA is giving them a taste of their own medicine!

    And anyway Kiyani is a fool!

    Daydreaming that India will vacate Siachen and he will come and occupy it and become a hero of Pakistan and a darling of the Chinese!
     
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    i wonder how will pakis manage $$$$$$$$????i think they have made $$$ printing machine with the help of Copy expert papa china...:shocked::confused::lol::lol:
     
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    Now US should start hitting the supply line of terrorists by targetting the ISI operatives first than finally ISI HQ.
     
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    Mungeri lal ke haseen sapne.Subah ho gayee ..usa blinked first and is going to apologize officially.:p
     
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    We will wait for it to officially happen.
     
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    I dont know how USA feels when they are angering there ally on whom they depend for supply, by wooing india with comments against pakistan, while india continues to be a arrogant kid who refuse to allign with USA.
     
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    Are jiski izzat hoti hai uski izzat ki jaati hai ...Tum to tahre bhikhari .. aur bhikhariyon ki izzajat bhala koun karta hai ... :laugh:
     
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    where i m , i m on dfi or pdf
     
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    USA is drafting an apology with her Pakistani counterparts for the attack they did on Salala check post to give them a harsh message because the Pakistani army officials posted on that check post were accommodating terrorists into Afghanistan to attack NATO using same tactics they have been doing at line of control and International border with India.
     
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    sayareakd Moderator Moderator

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    slave cannot ignore his master, slave will get good spanking for that. Pakistan has surrender her soverignity long time back, pls Pakistan is now in bed with another master. But master is master for Pak, lets wait and see.
     
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    Kis pagal khane se nikli hain aap? Agra main seat reserve karna hain kya? Prove the US is going to apologize...or that it makes any difference to the "droning" of pakistan..
     
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  15. Archer

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    Pakistan (ajtr): please apologize, we beeg you!!
    Unkil bahadur (ajtr's mai baap): We really don;t care as long we keep killing Pakist...err terrorists..
    Pakistan (ajtr): Then you will apologize? Yaaay victory (waves flag and goes off to listen to zaid hamid video)
     
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    jana to padega hi...khud a jao ya utha k le jaenge...wese bhi to abbotabad main andar a hi gaye the
     
  17. Archer

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    i think the master needs to drone a few more pakistani army assets for the pakistanis to quickly come to heel and go back to being good doggy.

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    yes they will but not to pakistan.......... in upcoming couple of decade they will bomb you to stone age and going to apologise to environmetalist.... :namaste::laugh::p
     
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    For those whom god wish to destroy, they first make them mad
     

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