Supply: – Saturday, November 02, 2013
You simply can't make this up. Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned the day past's drone strike via the United States that killed Hakeemullah Mehsud, the emir of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan. The full statement is reproduced under: The Government of Pakistan strongly condemns the US drone strike that occurred in North Waziristan on Friday night, 01 November 2013. These strikes are a violation of Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity. There’s an throughout the board consensus in Pakistan that these drone strikes must finish. The Government of Pakistan has persistently maintained that drone strikes are counter-productive, entail loss of harmless civilian lives and have human rights and humanitarian implications. Such strikes additionally set dangerous precedents within the inter-state family members. These drone strikes have a negative impression on the mutual want of each nations to forge a cordial and cooperative relationship and to verify peace and stability within the area. Needless to say because the chief of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan for four years, Hakeemullah engineered the deaths of thousands of Pakistani civilians, soldiers, and policemen. Taliban opponents below his command have launched suicide attacks and assaults in mosques, shrines, hospitals, markets, motels, police stations, and military bases. But finally, the Pakistani executive's outrage is unsurprising. Hakeemullah's loss of life will no doubt sabotage