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Pakistan Reacts To NYT Report On Grid Coordinates

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Pakistan Reaction To "The New York Times" Report Captioned "Pakistan Post Was Not In U. S. Records"

Rawalpindi, July 16: Reacting to a report published in "The New York Times" today captioned "Pakistan Post was not in U. S. Records", a spokesman of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the report is factually incorrect and devoid of facts.

The grid coordinates of all the posts on the Pakistani side of the border had been shared with Coalition Forces at least thrice, since 2003. Even marked maps were handed over to Coalition Forces at one stage, indicating the location of our posts, the spokesman concluded.

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