Rabbani’s killing: Pakistan offers intelligence sharing
QUETTA (PAN): Pakistani Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday offered Afghanistan intelligence sharing for investigation into the assassination of head of Peace Council and former president Burhanuddin Rabbani.
Gilani told media persons after the passing out parade of Baloch recruits in Quetta that Pakistan was too shocked on the murder and offered collaboration to the Afghanistan government regarding probe into the killing of former Afghan president. He offered intelligence sharing to Afghanistan government to unveil the elements involved in the killing.
Gilani said Pakistan was working on the lines to devise a combine strategy with Afghanistan to counter-terrorism in the region.
“A combine strategy is being evolved along with Afghanistan to restore peace in the region,” he said, adding the country was enjoying cordial relations with the neighbor country based on brotherhood.
Referring to Pak-US ties, he said Pakistan and the US relations were improving and strengthening. The Pak-US relations were moving in positive directions, he said.
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