Pakistan Army mulling to revise strategic cooperation with US

ISLAMABAD: After the recent drone attack in which more than 50 tribal elders and citizens were killed, Pakistan Army leadership is seriously mulling to revise the extent of its strategic cooperation with the US.Sources told media that Pakistan Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Pervez Kayani infuriated over the Thursday drone attack in North Waziristan area of Data Khel in which numerous innocent lives were lost left the meeting of Army promotion Board and after taking all Corps Commanders into confidence decided to give a strong reaction and himself dictated his statement to DG ISPR Maj. Gen Athar Abbas.Sources told that after this drone attack the military leadership is seriously revising the extent of its cooperation with the US in war against terror and it is expected that the decision to stop Logistic support to US would be finalized in a couple of days.Sources told that under the current circumstances, Pakistan would not participate in the Trilateral meeting between Afghanistan-Pakistan-US, proposed by the US in Brussels on 26 March 2011.After the strong reaction from the Army Chief the Foreign Office also gave a strong statement against the drone attack and demanded an immediate apology from the US – Onlinenews