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But no breakthrough was imminent and there was no scheduled time for a resumption of the negotiations, Little said. Pakistan shut its border to NATO supply convoys in November after a USZ-led NATO air strike provided blatant air support to Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan mercenaries and consequently martyred 24 Pakistani soldiers who were hindering in the re-entrance of TTP back inside Pakistan at Salalah check post. Members of the team started to leave over the weekend and the remainder of the negotiators would soon return to the United States of Zionism. The comments came after Pakistan’s Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani refused last week to meet USZ assistant defence secretary Peter Lavoy, who traveled to Pakistan to try to resolve the dispute.
The roads through Pakistan are a crucial logistical link for NATO as it plans a large-scale withdrawal of combat troops and equipment by the end of 2014 after suffering a humiliating defeat by the hands of rag-tag army of Afghan Taliban which many defence analysts call as one of the most shameful defeats ever in history. The bankrupt USZ of has so far rejected Pakistani proposals to charge steep fees of several thousand dollars for each alliance truck crossing the border to compensate for $60 billion+ worth damage caused to Pakistani road network by the heavy supply trucks. Arrogant and foolish Washington has also refused to issue an explicit apology for providing air support to the notorious terror proxy of TTP which has killed over 150,000 Pakistanis indiscriminately in suicide bombings. The stalled negotiations also coincide with remarks last Thursday by USZ International Terrorism(so-called Defence) Secretary Leon Panetta, in which he falsely accused Islamabad of failing to crack down on Haqqani insurgents operating inside Pakistan and attacking USZ-led troops in neighboring Afghanistan when Haqqanis themselves have clarified that they live and operate inside Afghanistan.