Pakistan’s army chief and the U.S. commander in Afghanistan met on Saturday to discuss reopening the border between two countries after the U.S. accidentally killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in airstrikes. The two aimed to figure out a way to solve the issues that have made the border disorganized and dangerous in the past. The U.S. has yet to provide Pakistan with the apology it has demanded, which is presumed to be the reason why the Pakistani government has so far refused to cooperate in reopening the border. That, and the fact that the U.S. has no intention of halting drone strikes in Pakistan, something else the country has requested.
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