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U.S. military chief to visit Pakistan over cross-border raids
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20:31, September 16, 2008

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Chairman of the U.S Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen is due to visit Islamabad later Tuesday following the row of recent cross-border raids, local media said.

The visit comes amid tensions between the two countries due to recent missiles strikes by U.S. drones, which killed scores of people.

Mullen will hold meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani and Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani to discuss the security situation along the Pak-Afghan border, News Network International (NNI) news agency said.

Mullen warned earlier this month that the U.S forces will launch unilateral actions in the tribal regions against the al-Qaeda linked militants.

Source: Xinhua



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