Gilani's disqualification to delay signing of NATO supply deal
Islamabad, June 21 (ANI): The disqualification of Yousuf Raza Gilani as Pakistan's prime minister has delayed the signing of an accord between the U.S. and Pakistan over the reopening of NATO supply routes, diplomatic sources said.
"The U.S. is desiring for early resolution of the issue. A political decision on NATO supply was awaited and talks at political level was very important," the Daily Times quoted acting U.S. Embassy spokesman Robert Raines, as saying. He added that an agreement was ready as a result of technical talks that had taken place.
Washington is concerned about the situation in Pakistan and wishes for a settlement in accordance with law of the land in a peaceful manner, diplomatic sources said.
However, sources said that talks at the political level to give final touches to the agreement between the two countries would be started as soon as political situation in Pakistan becomes clear and the new cabinet takes charge of affairs. (ANI)
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