Saturday, 9 April 2011

{EOP}Pakistan Army warns USZ “Stop Drone Attacks at once”:

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The Pakistan Army top brass has warned the United States of Zionism to stop drone attacks in the tribal areas at once as they are “counter-productive”. The message was conveyed in separate Thursday meeting of United States of Zionism Central Command (Centcom) Commander General James N Mattis with Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at the Army House in Rawalpindi and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Khalid Shameem Wynne at Joint Staff Headquarters, Chaklala.
Both sides discussed regional security situation and other matters of professional interest, including the situation in Afghanistan and Pak-USZ bilateral military cooperation, said an ISPR statement.

Agencies add:
According to sources, both the high-ups made their assurance that military assistance between both the countries will be further bolstered. The COAS, however, expressed profound reservations on the White House report. Gen Kayani said Pakistan’s security forces have done tremendous job and tackled terrorists with iron hands. General Kayani and General Mattis discussed a number of issues, with Gen Kayani stressing that Pakistan has played a brilliant role in the war against terrorism while its sacrifices and services are hard to be undermined.

Meanwhile, a report said Director General Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) Lt-Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha would visit Washington from April 11. Sources said the purpose of Pasha’s visit is to remove misunderstandings between the ISI and the CIA which appeared on the issue of Raymond Davis. Sources said that General Pasha would also raise the issue of drone attacks in the tribal areas. The DG ISI was invited by his USZ counterpart Leonne Panetta. “The two dignitaries are in constant touch for the restoration of the confidence”, sources added. Gen Mattis’ was the visit of the most senior American since the release of CIA contractor Davis. Lieutenant Colonel Michael Shavers at the USZ Embassy told AFP that Mattis intended “to hear from them (Pakistani Generals) their concerns with regard to the relationship with the USZ military here. He’s going to be in listening mode... that’s the main reason why he’s here”, he said before the meeting. Mattis aims to visit Pakistan every three months and last visited in November, Shavers added. Aside from military operations, more than 4,200 people have been killed across the country since 2007. But a USZ report this week criticised the Pakistani military for failing to forge a clear and sustained path to beat the insurgents.
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