International community condemns Nato air strikes on Pakistani territory
International community including Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC), China and Russia have condemned the Nato invasions inside the Pakistani borders that killed 24 soldiers and left many injured on Friday November 25. They shared the grief of Pakistan
and asked the culprits to probe into the matter to know the real motives behind this offense. Pakistan reacted very strongly to the incident and stoped the Nato supply immediately after the misshape. The civil and military leadership of Pakistan also agreed
to evacuate the Solar Airbase from America.
There has been seen a new stress between the descending relations of Pakistan and USA after the severe incident of violation that trespassed its territorial sovereignty and claimed 24 precious lives. Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani’s statement unveils
the height of tension between two old allies as he has said that the mutual relations could never be revived after this naked aggression. Both civil and military leadership of Pakistan has rejected the explanations of Nato and USA and said that it was a deliberate
act that bypassed all international laws.
Meanwhile, China, Russia and OIC has also supported Pakistan’s stance over the hot issue and said that such incidents should not be occurred in future.
Responding to the unpleasant incident, China, the time tested friend of Pakistan, expressed it deep grief on loss of precious lives and said that China believes that Pakistan’s independent sovereignty and territory should be respected at every cost. The
spokesman of Chinese foreign office further said that, “China is deeply shocked at the incident and expresses strong concerns and deep condolences to the victims in Pakistan. China believes that Pakistan’s independent sovereignty and territory should be respected
and that this incident should be earnestly investigated and handled in a serious manner.”
Likewise, Russia has also criticized the Nato attacks and said that such incidents should be avoided in the future. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov telephoned his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar and said that, “Violations of state sovereignty,
including in the cases of planning and carrying out anti-terrorist operations, are unacceptable.”