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-- -- -- we just got word a short while ago that the secretary of state Hillary Clinton has today apologized.
After the deaths of 24 Pakistani troops in -- NATO airstrike.
After the incident Pakistan shut down critical supply routes to US troops in the region but we are told that those are now back open Jennifer Griffin has the breaking news live from the Pentagon.
-- -- -- this is a major breakthrough in the issue.
Of supplying troops in Afghanistan as you know -- last eight months.
Those supply routes have been closed the ground routes through Pakistan into Afghanistan they've been having.
That I -- and NATO.
Have been having to fly.
Supplies into troops have at a great cost to the taxpayer two point one billion dollars it has cost.
With these routes close now we understand that secretary of state Clinton.
Spoke with the Pakistani foreign minister earlier today and they -- -- saints have agreed to open the ground roots.
The Pentagon says that no trucks are convoys have yet started moving through the Afghan Pakistan border.
To supply troops but they expect they should do so.
Very soon again it looks like in the statement Secretary Clinton wrote we are sorry for the losses suffered by the Pakistani military.
For months about administration has been saying that they would not apologize to the pakistanis for that border incident in November -- Jennifer thank you.
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