Saturday, May 19, 2012

US apologizes to Pakistan (معاف کر دو بابا)

After months of Top-Level Discussions about making such a high-stakes Foreign Policy Decision, the Obama Administration has definitively decided to apologize to Pakistan for its repeated requests for aid and sent a message, "Maaf Kar Do Baba"  (معاف کر دو بابا).

A Senior US Official asked "When are they (Pakistan) going to apologize to us?" for a series of grievances, most notably that high-level terrorists such as Osama bin Laden gained safe harbor inside Pakistan in recent years.

The decision reportedly comes amid negotiations between Pakistan and the US in opening Ground-Supply Lines, which have been closed since the incident on the Afghanistan border that resulted in the death of twenty-four (24) Pakistani Soldiers.

Administration officials appear cautiously optimistic that the supply lines will soon be reopened, despite the US apology from lending further, considering comments made by White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon.

The information presented above is offered in Good Faith and is correct to the best of our knowledge. If any factual errors have appeared here inadvertently, then we would be pleased to hear from anyone wishing to offer corrections.

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