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SLAMABAD - The Pakistan Foreign Office August 20 updated the circular on the movement of foreign diplomats in Pakistan that will take effect immediately, Dunya News reported.


Foreign diplomats will have to seek permissionto visit certain prohibited areas 15 days prior to their travel, according to media.


The new directions have been issued to ensure the safety of the foreign diplomats, a Foreign Office official told media.

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Good move. :tup:
 

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also usa's request to have a consulate in Multan was rejected...

however, today two usa embassy vehicles ran into Peshawar without showing their NOC...
 

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we must close as many us consulateas possible... it become very difficult to having them in check !
 

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All cantonments are also Restricted Areas, good news. Keep this Jumping Jacks in check.
 

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SLAMABAD - The Pakistan Foreign Office August 20 updated the circular on the movement of foreign diplomats in Pakistan that will take effect immediately, Dunya News reported.


Foreign diplomats will have to seek permissionto visit certain prohibited areas 15 days prior to their travel, according to media.


The new directions have been issued to ensure the safety of the foreign diplomats, a Foreign Office official told media.

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Good move. :tup:

really good move now ISI will hunt them there i got it good work indeed .
 

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After the above restriction, a car coming from Isd was stopped at Peshawar checkpost, since the security officers were offering prayers, the car escaped, they followed it, but it disappeared in the city.
 

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After the above restriction, a car coming from Isd was stopped at Peshawar checkpost, since the security officers were offering prayers, the car escaped, they followed it, but it disappeared in the city.

I dont think they will continue doing this. I think they would stick out in the crowd! Great move. This puts them on the back foot. Why the hell do they want a consulate in Multan? They really are unbelievable!
 

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By the way, since the US officials movement has been restricted in Peshawar, things have become calmer in Peshawar.

Plus, generally looking at whole of Pakistan, since these restrictions have been put in place, the frequency of bomb blasts and the volume of the blasts has also reduced.
 

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By the way, since the US officials movement has been restricted in Peshawar, things have become calmer in Peshawar.

Plus, generally looking at whole of Pakistan, since these restrictions have been put in place, the frequency of bomb blasts and the volume of the blasts has also reduced.

Yeah Taimi. This is something which comes in my mind too. Is it just a coincidence? :azn:
 

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Yeah Taimi. This is something which comes in my mind too. Is it just a coincidence? :azn:

US asking for consulate in Quetta, and this new supposedly interest in Multan, having their own spy network which God knows is being used for hunting militants or something else.

But if we look at the happenings, since the AQ raid and ouster of US personnel and restrictions on the movement of US personnel within country, bomb blasts in Pakistan have reduced considerably, bazars are back to normal, fear which was there among the people has gone to a large extend, these are not all coincidences.

There is a fine line between coincidences & ..................

Plus, i can assure you that US personnel were not doing what we are told by the US guys, they were very much in contact with the militants and with the purpose of not helping Pakistanis in catching them.

Just imagine, US personnel used to roam in Peshawar freely, i used to see them each and every single day in their armored SUVs, and we saw hardly any attacks being launched on them, in all these years 1 or 2 incidents, i wonder why nobody attacked them when Pakistanis were under attack due to the very Americans.
 

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True. I remember that. The friday was the most feared day in Peshawar in general and KP province in particular. Every friday their used to be some incident in any city of KP or FATA. But that seems to have died down since things have been restricted for these "diplomats". Looks like their are/were too many Raymond Davis like diplomats in Pakistan.
 

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Exploding bombs.. an unstable Pakistan.. "vulnerable" nukes.
tag lines for somebody who wishes to connect the dots.
 

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Whatever the perception, this certainly wasn't our war until it was thrust upon us.
Better late than never as the saying goes, the authorities in Pakistan have come to realise that the Americans don't just want us to remain engaged but miss no opportunity to try and humiliate the set up.
It's not difficult to understand, while Mosques and other Religious sites are particularly targeted inside Pakistan, no such attacks materialise on the Afghan side.
 

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