卡梅伦就恐怖主义警告巴基斯坦 British PM Warns Pakistan on Terror

28 July, 2010

英国首相卡梅伦就巴基斯坦据称支持恐怖主义向巴基斯坦发出了强硬的警告。英国正在寻求同印度建立更密切的关系。卡梅伦星期三在访问印度的班加罗尔市期间表示,英国希望看到一个强大、稳定和民主的巴基斯坦,希望巴基斯坦不要促进向印度、阿富汗或世界其他地方输出恐怖。

新德里一直指责巴基斯坦支持激进分子在印度发动袭击。卡梅伦是在指称巴基斯坦支持阿富汗的反叛团体的美国秘密文件最近被公布之后发表上述评论的。巴基斯坦外交部发言人反驳卡梅伦的说法,向英国广播公司表示卡梅伦的说法“无凭无据”。卡梅伦正率领一个大型贸易代表团访问印度,目的是改善双边经贸关系,并且在两国都创造就业机会。

British Prime Minister David Cameron issued a strong warning to Pakistan over its alleged support for terrorism, as Britain seeks closer ties with India. During a visit to the Indian city of Bangalore Wednesday, Mr. Cameron said Britain wants a strong, stable and democratic Pakistan that does not "promote the export of terror" to India, Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world.

New Delhi has long accused Pakistan of supporting militant attacks in India. Mr. Cameron's comments follow the recent publication of classified U.S. documents that allege Pakistan has been supporting insurgent groups in Afghanistan. A spokesman for Pakistan's foreign ministry (Abdul Basit) rejected Mr. Cameron's remarks, telling the BBC the comments were based on claims that are "unverifiable." Mr. Cameron is leading a large trade mission to India aimed at improving economic ties to create jobs in both countries.