She sought to focus on Pakistan's demand
She sought to focus on Pakistan's demand that louis vuitton sunglasses it receive higher fees for NATO supplies that are shipped through the country, likely because this is an issue where the U.S. has indicated greater flexibility. "We want to continue to be a facilitator and an enabler, and not a blocker," said Khar. A team of U.S. negotiators has been in the country for several weeks working out the details of a potential agreement to reopen the supply line. "They are looking at the issues of how you move things from here to there and what the terms for moving them are," said Nuland, the State Department spokeswoman. Pakistan could also receive more than $1 billion in U.S. louis vuitton sunglasses 2012 military aid that has been frozen for the past year and could be released if the country reopens the supply line. Pakistan's invitation to the NATO summit in Chicago is also likely contingent on allowing the supplies to resume. Before the November attack, about 30 percent of the nonlethal supplies for foreign troops in Afghanistan were unloaded at the port of Karachi and then trucked across Pakistan to the border. Khar and other officials have pointed out that a continuation of the blockade would punish other NATO countries for U.S. actions, possibly an attempt to limit the domestic fallout from any decision to reopen the route. But the response could be fierce. One group in www.louisvuitonbagsshop.com particular, the Difa-e-Pakistan, or Defense of Pakistan Council, has been especially vocal in opposing the resumption of NATO supplies and U.S. drone strikes. The group is composed of prominent hard-line Islamist religious leaders and politicians. Some in the media have claimed the movement has the tacit support of the Pakistani military, possibly to pressure Washington. U.S. officials have said in private that they have no burberry women shoes intention of stopping covert CIA drone strikes in Pakistan, which they see as key to targeting militants in the country who pose a threat to the West. The strikes are immensely unpopular in Pakistan because many people believe they mostly kill civilians, allegations disputed by the U.S. and independent research. Pakistan is widely believed to have supported some of the strikes in the past, although that cooperation has come under strain as the relationship between Washington and Islamabad has www.designerburberrystore.com deteriorated.