Munter offers Condolences on Nato strike

December 01, 2011

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US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter. — Photo by AP

ISLAMABAD: US ambassador to Islamabad Cameron Munter on Thursday expressed his deep condolence on the Mohamand Agency incident and deaths of Pakistani soldiers.

In a statement, ambassador said “I would like to extend my most sincere condolences to the people and government of Pakistan and especially to Pakistani men and women in uniform, for the tragic incident that occurred on November 26 in Mohmand Agency. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the men who died.”

“Pakistan and the United States have stood together for over 60 years. We have weathered previous crises together,” he said.

The ambassador said he was certain that both countries will weather the current crisis, and would emerge as stronger partners.

He said the US has taken this matter very seriously and pledged a full and in-depth investigation.