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HRK: It is the parliament of Pakistan that must decide whether it is time for military action in one area or not.
HRK: I can only say there was support by the Musharraf regime for that, and I believe he has admitted that on some level or another.
HRK: There is not a single military person to date that has ever accepted in front of me that they have ever been supportive of drones.
HRK: I don't think the Pakistan People's Party has ever opted to appear anti-American or hostile to the Americans.
HRK: Pakistan's desires and hopes for Afghanistan are nothing more than a peaceful, stable Afghanistan.
HRK: No unilateral action at any level, of any type.
HRK: We have always maintained that timelines should be based on the situation on the ground.
HRK: I am not very concerned about Pakistan being sidelined, and I want to break this perception of Pakistan wanting to take center stage, or remain relevant.
HRK: It will redefine what is uncompromisable for Pakistan, and within that I think it will be very realistic.
MORE: On the Ground in Afghanistan, a Taliban Whose Momentum Seems Anything but Broken HRK: I think the way some of the U.S.'s actions have been carried out have been exceptionally detrimental to the long time partnership between the U.S. and Pakistan.
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