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Is Pakistan giving bases to America?

Is Pakistan giving bases to America?

U.S. bases. The following military bases in Pakistan have been accessible to the United States, mainly for logistics, relief efforts or as launching bases for drone operations. Pakistan comes under the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) theatre of operations.

Why did Pakistan attack Afghanistan?

The recent Pakistairstrikes in Afghanistan to target alleged hideouts of the terrorist group Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has increased tensions between Islamabad and Kabul, heightening the likelihood of more violent clashes in border areas of both the countries, writes Sergio Restelli for Inside Over.

Are there any NATO bases in Pakistan?

Currently, there are two main NATO supply routes which cross through Pakistan: one is via Torkham and the other is via Chaman.

Why can’t the US use Pakistan’s airspace to reach Afghanistan?

Having no US troops in Afghanistan makes that harder The US military currently uses Pakistan’s airspace to reach Afghanistan as part of ongoing intelligence-gathering efforts, but there is no formal agreement in place to ensure continued access to a critical piece of airspace necessary for the US to reach Afghanistan.

Can Pakistan refuse entry to US drones heading to Afghanistan?

With no formal agreement currently in place, the US runs the risk of Pakistan refusing entry to US military aircraft and drones en route to Afghanistan. A Pentagon spokesman said the Defense Department does not comment on closed briefings due to security classifications.

Could Uzbekistan and Tajikistan be next for US troops in Afghanistan?

At the same time, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan are emerging as the top options for possible locations to establish a US military presence to conduct so-called over-the-horizon operations in Afghanistan, the sources said, but both would run into severe opposition from Russian President Vladimir Putin and some local politicians.

Will Pakistan sign MoU with India for Counter Terrorism Assistance?

Pakistan has expressed a desire to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in exchange for assistance with its own counterterrorism efforts and help in managing the relationship with India, one of the sources said.