Sunday, December 25, 2011

Musharraf’s Nine pacts with Bush Revealed to PCNS

ISLAMABAD: At least nine pacts, some of them secret, signed by the Musharraf government with the United States in 2002 have been shown to parliamentary committee on National Security (PCNS). 

The ministry of defence placed copies of nine pacts before the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS), which is deliberating on review of ties with Washington following last month`s Nato attacks on Pakistani positions in Mohmand Agency. 

Although the exact nature of the agreements is not known, it is believed that they pertain to intelligence sharing, permission to use the country`s airspace and allowing Nato to use Pakistan`s roads and the Karachi port for carrying supplies for troops in Afghanistan.

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