America faces terror threats from Pakistan: ObamaMarch 13th, 2009 - 12:10 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Mar 13 (ANI): US President Barack Obama has said that his country faced a terror threat from Pakistan.
Speaking at the dedication of Abraham Lincoln Hall at the National Defence University, Obama said on Thursday that the 9/11 terror attacks signalled the new dangers of the 21st century.
Were still at war with terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan who are plotting to do us harm, the Daily Times quoted Obama, as saying.
Meanwhile, a senior US defence official said that the White House will complete its strategy review on Afghanistan and Pakistan as early as next week before mounting a new push for help from NATO and other allies.
For Pakistan, the Obama Administration is preparing what the official described as quite a comprehensive approach to shoring up the countrys security, economics and politics. (ANI)
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