October 07, 2003

Is the Bush-Musharraf Honeymoon Coming

Is the Bush-Musharraf Honeymoon Coming to an End?

Some tough talk from the next U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan:

"Mr. Khalilzad indicated a new, tough line against Pakistan, saying that the first priority was for Afghanistan's neighbor to stop cross-border activity and stop providing sanctuary to Taliban and Al Qaeda members.

"That is really critical," he said. "Pakistan cannot become a sanctuary for Taliban and Al Qaeda people who want to attack Afghanistan."

He added: "There has to be a decrease, and at best an end, to cross-border attacks by Taliban and Al Qaeda people from Pakistan. I welcome the recent actions by the Pakistani government but we would like to see more, in fact a lot more."

Posted by Gregory at October 7, 2003 10:30 PM
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