On November 26, after the Nato air strikes on Pakistani posts in Mohmand, Pakistan suspended the supply to Nato in protest. - File Photo

KARACHI: One month has passed since the supply for Nato forces via Pakistan was suspended, DawnNews reported on Monday.

On November 26, after the Nato air strikes on Pakistani posts in Mohmand, Pakistan suspended the supply to Nato in protest.

Pakistan strongly protested against America and Nato and claimed that the attack was deliberate.

Whereas in the investigation report of Nato, these attacks were declared unintentional and a result of mistakes.

As a result of the suspended supply from Pakistan, Nato forces are facing great difficulty.

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