Pak will pay very big price for terror safe haven
"The terrorists are on both sides" of the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. "They are killing both peoples. No one should be in any way mistaken about allowing this to continue without paying a very big price," the Secretary of State was quoted as saying by The New York Times.
Clinton, who is in Afghanistan, will go to Pakistan today with a powerful American delegation that will include the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey and new director of the Central Intelligence Agency, David Petraeus, who stepped down as the senior military commander in Afghanistan this year.
Appearing with Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, Clinton said Pakistan could "either be helping or hindering" efforts to find both a military and a political resolution to the war in the country. It is now "a time for clarity." "We will be delivering a very clear message to the government of Pakistan and to the people of Pakistan because they too have suffered," she said.
"They have suffered at the hand of the same kind of terrorists. So there should be no support and no safe haven anywhere for people who kill innocent men, women and children."