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Conspiracy Theory

Riyadh, Islamabad Share Stand on Iraq and says

bq. The two sides urged the US-British forces to leave Iraq as soon as possible and set up an interim administration with a view to establishing a constitutional government

Is this why are getting statements like this from the Administration ? to show that Uncle Sam is not happy with Pakistan


“U.S. Said to Be Frustrated With Pakistan”:http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,1280,-2577981,00.html

bq. “The United States has, for some time, urged the Pakistani government to stop all infiltration across the Line of Control,” Richard Haass, director of policy planning for the State Department, told Indian television channels early Friday in a videoconference from Washington. “To be honest, we have not succeeded and we are disappointed and frustrated with that reality,” he said.

“US envoy cautions Pakistan on stability in Afghanistan”:http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/110/nation/US_envoy_cautions_Pakistan_on_stability_in_Afghanistan+.shtml

bq. The US special representative to Afghanistan warned Pakistan yesterday after talks on border clashes that anything that undermined the Afghan government’s stability was a challenge to US interests.

One Response to Conspiracy Theory

  1. Shanti April 21, 2003 at 8:48 am #

    This is India’s chance to jump in make Pakistan look bad, but knowing our geniuses, it will not happen.

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