Pakistan Snubs US Report On NATO Strike

The Pakistani army has formally refused by using tough words a U.S. report which concluded a NATO hit in Pakistani border near Afghanistan that martyred 24 Pakistani troops was carried out in self defense on November 26, 2011. The military officials stated that the elements of the report were "factually not correct."
The U.S. report released on December 22, 2011 initiated both American and Pakistani forces were to guilt for the occurrence close to the Afghan border, inflaming already stressed ties.
"The fundamental reason of the occurrence of 26th November, 2011, was the crash of U.S. & ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) to split its near-border operation with Pakistan at any level," said the military.
The loss of the Pakistani soldiers dug in along the hills, remote border area, along with the primary NATO response, has irritated Pakistanis and noticeable yet another setback in the Obama administration's endeavors to develop continually anxious ties with an ally.

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