Friday, May 27, 2011

Hillary Clinton surprise visit Pakistan

Islamabad .- The Secretary of State, United States, Hillary Clinton, reached early this morning in Islamabad, Pakistan's capital, on a surprise visit that coincides with the moment of tension that the relationship between the two countries are going through after Osama bin Laden died in an operation carried out by the U.S.

rate. The U.S. diplomat will meet in Islamabad with President Asif Ali Zardari, Gen. Ashfaq Kayani, the powerful head of the Pakistani army, and Ahmad Shuja Pasha, head of the country's intelligence services (ISI). During his visit, Clinton will be accompanied at all times by the U.S. chief of staff, Mike Mullen.

The purpose of this trip, which until now was not known, is to bring positions with China after the death of distance leader of Al Qaeda has opened up between both parties. U.S. representatives also asked more cooperation from Pakistan in the fight against Al Qaeda and the Taliban Islamists and will discuss a possible political solution to the war in Afghanistan.

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