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Senate body demands apology from US on Salala incident PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, June 20 (APP): The Senate Standing Committee on Foreign and Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan on Wednesday reiterated Pakistan’s demand for apology from the United States on the Salala check post firing incident. The committee, which met Haji Muhammad Adeel in the chair, also reaffirmed not to compromise the country’s sovereignty and stability and urged the US to respect resolutions passed by the Pakistani Parliament. “Pakistan holds bilateral relationship with the US in high esteem, but it will never compromise its sovereignty and stability. The United States should respect the parliamentary resolutions, apologize for the Salala attack, besides taking concretes steps for putting the bilateral relationship on the right track,” observed Haji Muhammad Adeel.
 

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