After seven months of deadlock, Pakistan has finally reopened roads to Afghanistan. The reopening was eagerly awaited by NATO and which was immediately followed by a Pakistani Taliban threatening on Tuesday evening.
Pakistani authorities had blocked its way in November after a blunder of Nato forces, a bombing that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers on the Afghan border.
The government acknowledged Tuesday that blocking these roads had negative consequences for its relations with the United States but also with other member countries of NATO.
The Atlantic Alliance has spent a lot of money by taking longer routes to continue to supply its soldiers.....
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