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FO declines to comment on Bajaur attack

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ISLAMABAD: Spokesman Foreign Office Thursday declined to comment on Bajaur attack saying investigation into the incident was going on. At his weekly briefing, the Spokesman Muhammad Sadiq said that he was not in a position to shed light on yesterday’s Bajaur attack. However, he made it clear that it is also being ascertained whether it was an attack with missile, rocket or bomb.

About the series of bomb blasts in Jaipur city of India, he said Pakistan had always condemned such dastardly acts of terrorism. He said Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani would visit Egypt from May 17 to 20 on the invitation of Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif to attend the World Economic Forum on Middle East. “Besides addressing special session entitled ‘Global leader in the spotlight’ Prime Minister Gilani is expected to meet President Bush on the sidelines of the meeting,” said the Foreign Office spokesman

The spokesman said Prime Minister Gilani was also expected to meet other leaders on the sidelines of the meeting including Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Mubarak, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and Prime Minister of Palestinian Authority Salam Fayyad.

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