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Pakistan's Senate expresses regrets over Afghan president's accusations
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22:05, August 06, 2008

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Pakistan's Senate Wednesday adopted an unanimous resolution, regretting the accusations against the country by Afghan President Hamid Karzai, according to local media.

"The Senate of Pakistan expresses deep regret over recent threatening statements by the Afghan president," said the resolution.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai alleged that Pakistan's intelligence agency was involved in the car bomb blast outside the Indian embassy in Kabul last month, which killed over 50 people.

The resolution condemned the cowardly attack on the Indian Embassy in Kabul and rejects the baseless allegations leveled against Pakistan in that regard, the News Network International news agency reported.

The resolution also condemned the bomb blast outside the Pakistan Consulate General in Heart on July 31 and urged the Afghan government to take all necessary measures to ensure the security of the personnel and premises of Pakistan's diplomatic and consular missions in Afghanistan.

The resolution stressed the need for the two governments to cooperate closely to overcome the challenges posed to the security and stability of both countries by terrorism and extremism.

Source: Xinhua



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