Topic: Iran's nuclear program
MOSCOW, February 17 (RIA Novosti)
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Pakistan will not provide any support to U.S. forces if the United States attacks Iran, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said in Islamabad at a press conference with the presidents of Afghanistan and Iran following a trilateral summit on Friday.
Pakistan and Iran “need each other and no foreign pressure should hinder their ties,” Zardari said.
According to the Afghan news agency Pazhvak, referring to the proposed Iran-Pakistan gas project, Zardari made it clear that Islamabad will not tolerate Washington’s stance and the United States is “not to tell Pakistan who it can and cannot trade with.”
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in turn: “They seek to create divisions and tensions among regional countries. They don’t want us to make progress.”
Iran is under several sets of UN Security Council sanctions. Western countries led by the United States suspect that the Islamic Republic is seeking to build nuclear weapons, but Tehran insists it needs nuclear power solely for civilian purposes.
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- BuckWOW What a Surprise! LOL!!01:20, 18/02/2012You mean to tell me this is "News"!!??
The Pakistan government is the Worst kind of friend. It’s either double-talk and out-right BS.
It’s truly a shame the current situation requires some sort of cooperation with their government.
Nothing would make Everyone more happy then to leave them to their Mud hole to deal with their own problems WITHOUT our help in Any way!!!
- sagbotgamot(no title)06:07, 18/02/2012after that US drone deliberately killed those pakistani soldiers inside pakistan territory and no apology from the US government, Pakistan should consider the US an an enemy.
- sagbotgamot(no title)09:40, 18/02/2012US/NATO warplanes attacked and killed pakistani soldiers inside pakistan. still consider them friends?
- BuckStop Aiding Pakistan!14:57, 18/02/2012I Completely Agree with your statement!!!
America NEEDS to STOP Giving Pakistan BILLIONS of $$, Over 21 Billion since 2001, and let Pakistan Solve its OWN Financial Problems By Themselves!
America should Attack Taliban groups Wherever they are ANYWHERE in the World. Anyone protecting Taliban forces should Also Be Attacked.
Al-Qaeda Terrorist groups should be Hunted down and Killed. ANY Government aiding and sheltering Al-Qaeda is Directly responsible for the Terrorist acts these groups perform. These governments should be Directly Attacked!
Good luck and have a great day Pakistan!
- p2o2rianTo you, Taliban hater!03:35, 19/02/2012Was you Mr Bush Junior adviser or his PR spokesperson? Do you republish your texts out from your archive drawer?
BTW. Al-Qaeda is CIA invention and financed by CIA and other "friendly" Arab countries. Who did the dirty job in Libya? Who is destined/controlled to to repeat the same scenario in Syria?
> These governments should be Directly Attacked!
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Then make a sling and go to the White House's fence in Washington D.C. and DO IT! Directly Attack 'em! Do not forget to move next to Langley in your ferocious and rabid activities. Wipe 'em up from the face of the earth! Be a man of your words!
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