Pakistan fuel suppliers protest against NATO attack

By REUTERS
November 28, 2011 10:27

 
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ISLAMABAD - The main Pakistani association that delivers fuel to NATO forces in Afghanistan said it would not resume supplies anytime soon in protest against an air attack that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers at the weekend.

Nawab Sher Afridi, general secretary of the All Pakistan Oil Tanker Owners Association, said the association would reconsider only if the Islamabad government and the military accept an apology for the incident.

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