July 30, 2010

THANKS, WIKILEAKS:

Cameron's terror remark may stall Zardari,s UK visit (PTI, Jul 31, 2010)

British PM David Cameron’s warning to Pakistan to stop promoting the “export of terror” appears to have cast a shadow on bilateral ties, with the foreign office in Islamabad even debating the possibility of asking President Asif Ali Zardari to call off an upcoming visit to London.

Cameron said on Wednesday that Pakistan should not have ties with groups that promote the export of terror to Afghanistan or India.

Following an angry reaction from Islamabad, Cameron defended his remarks, saying that it was “important to speak frankly” and that while Pakistan had “made progress... we need them to do more” to tackle terrorism.


They won't deserve the credit, but the Anglosphere's war on Pakistan will be laid at Wikileak's door step.

Posted by Orrin Judd at July 30, 2010 2:50 PM
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