ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister, Hina Rabbani Khar on Wednesday said in categorical terms that reopening NATO supplies was in the interest of Pakistan, adding objections raised by the opposition carried no weight, Geo News reported.
"The restoration of NATO supplies will be strictly in accordance with the resolution adopted by the Parliament," she said while talking to senior anchor Hamid Mir in Geo News programme 'Capital Talk'.
She said the issue of NATO supplies was not only related to Pakistan and US but it was also linked to ties with 50 more nations. "Pakistan wants an apology from America on Salala incident," the FM added.
On President Zardari being invited to Chicago Summit, Hina Rabbani Khar said the invite had no strings attached to it and that it held significance for Pakistan.
"Restoration of NATO supplies is in the interest of Pakistan. There is no hidden agreement behind the reopening of NATO routes. It will be done in accordance with the Parliamentary resolution," she clarified.
She said Pakistan would receive one billion dollars in Coalition Support Fund (CSF).
Hina Rabbani further said that Pakistan's relations with Afghanistan held much more importance than with any other country and that the government and Pak Army stood hand in hand.