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Negotiations over resumption of the Nato supply route are underway with Pakistani officials State Department's Spokesperson Victoria Nuland said during a briefing Thursday.
She also added that US have seen cross-border militancy for more than a decade.
We should put pressure on the US to extradite former Central Bank Governor Abdul Qadir Fitrat back to Afghanistan, President Hamid Karzai said in a meeting with Afghan lawmakers Thursday.
He also called on Afghan parliamentarians and the international community to do more to stump out corruption.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai warned Thursday that attacks against local police and soldiers were increasing as they prepare to take responsibility for security when NATO combat troops leave in 2014.
His remarks are likely to heighten doubts about the Afghans' ability to take over when the bulk of 130,000 US-led combat troops withdraw.