Nato supply wouldn’t be restored free of cost: Minister
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Islamabad, Dec 27, IRNA -- Pakistan’s Defence Minister, Chaudhry Ahmad Mukhtar on Tuesday said that Nato supply would not be restored free of charge, local media reported.
Talking to reporters the minister said 'We would be charging Nato for the repairs of our roads.' He said that the Pakistani roads were destroyed due to movement of heavy vehicles, carrying Nato supplies.
Pakistan suspended Nato supplies in the wake of attack on Pakistani outposts in Mohmand tribal region which killed 24 soldiers.
Mukhtar said 'We want good relations with the US.' “If the US is our ally, then they must keep our interests in mind,” he elaborated.
Ahmad Mukhtar further said that if required, war of terror would be continued, even after the US leaves.
Islamic Republic News Agency/IRNA NewsCode: 30734833
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