Pakistan must disentangle terrorist groups: USDecember 18th, 2008 - 8:01 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Dec 18(ANI): The US State Department has said that Pakistan must disentangle terrorist groups having their base in the country.
States Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Wood said that the United States, has learnt from its own experience that some of the charitable organizations in Pakistan were tied to terrorist groups.
“This is something that they (Pakistan) are going to have to disentangle,” he said adding, But they”ve given us a very solemn commitment.”
Replying to queries about Pakistans action against Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Wood said: “I think the Pakistani government is being very sincere, adding they”re on the front lines of terrorism, as we”ve said many times before.”
Taking note of the probe of Mumbai terror attack,Wood said that ,they”re going to do everything they could to help catch the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks and to prevent future attacks from happening.
We don”t have any doubt that Pakistan is committed to trying to get to the bottom of this,” the Dawn quoted Wood as saying.(ANI)
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