Pakistan Cyber Force: NATO's CARs Transport Deal a Desperate Failed Stunt to Pressurize Pakistan on Supplies

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

NATO's CARs Transport Deal a Desperate Failed Stunt to Pressurize Pakistan on Supplies

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ISLAMABAD - NATO’s transport deal charade with three Central Asian Republics to take its military equipment from Afghanistan through the Northern Distribution Network (NDN) is nothing but a mere pressure tactic to secure its supplies from Pakistan. Well-placed diplomatic sources and security analysts told Pakistan's Daily The Nation on Wednesday that the western military alliance cannot afford to pay more on its goods than what Pakistan has demanded for reopening the NATO’s ground supplies which remain suspended since November. “It is just an effort of NATO to prevail upon Islamabad to get its supplies to Afghanistan reopened without further delay”, the sources said, adding the western military alliance cannot afford to sustain costly and risky NDN to take out its heavy military equipment while pulling out its forces from Afghanistan by 2014.

They were of the view that how come NATO which is shying away from agreeing to the pay the compensation amount for road damage caused by its supply trucks, demanded by Pakistan can afford to pay more for unfeasible and risky route through the Central Asia. The sources were hopeful that USZ and its western allies will have to accept Pakistan’s demands for deep cooperation not only for counter-terrorism efforts but also for safe and secure exit of their forces from Afghanistan.
(The Nation)
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