The day before the Fourth of July, the Obama Administration saw fit to apologize to Pakistan. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apologized for the November 2011 NATO airstrike which resulted in the deaths of 24 Pakistani soldiers. In return, Pakistan agreed to reopen NATO supply lines to Afghanistan that had been closed following the incident.
So does this mean the U.S. no longer believes that Pakistan fired upon Afghan troops? What does Afghanistan think of the U.S. apology? I can't imagine they would be too happy about it.
One more question. When is Pakistan going to get around to apologizing to the United States for harboring Osama bin Laden?
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