Pakistan concerned over killing of Burma Muslims
Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday expressed its concern over the killing of Muslims in Burma and hoped that the ruling Junta would soon control the situation.
In a weekly media briefing Foreign Office Spokesman Muazzam Khan, said; “Pakistan hopes that government of Burma would take effective measures to overcome deteriorating law and order situation”.
Replying others questions, he said that a new MOY with regard to Nato supply routes has been prepared and would soon be signed.
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To a question regarding cross border attacks from Afghanistan, the spokesman said the issue had been raised with the allied forces and the Taliban as well.