Islamabad, May 28, 2012 (PPI-OT): British Prime Minister Mr. David Cameron has urged all International friends and partners on war against terror to show patience and understanding with Pakistan because Pakistanis the biggest victim of terror in the world.
He said this in response to a question by Sir Gerald Kaufman, Labour MP in the House of Commons who asked if Mr. Cameron deplored Barack Obama’s offensive discourtesy towards the President of Pakistan, the sovereignty of whose country the United States has violated with deadly effect and whether Mr. Cameron could confirm that Britain would stood shoulder to shoulder with its Commonwealth partner, Pakistan, in defying American Colonialism, says a press release received from London here today.
Mr. Cameron further said that Pakistan had complex politics and it needed to be given the space to resolve some of those issues. The British Prime Minister assured Pakistan that its friends, such as Britain, would not leave it after the Afghan conflict was over, and that Britain was there for long term partnership, friendship and support.
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