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US still working Pakistani helicopter deals says Mullen

5th May 2009 - 09:45 GMT | by in Canberra


The United States is committed to supporting the upgrade of Pakistan’s Bell AH-1F Cobra helicopters but the deal is being slowed down by complications associated with the Pentagons’ foreign military sales says the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff ADM Mike Mullen

Mullen says that while Pakistan has made public criticisms of US preparedness to assist with strengthening its counter insurgency capabilities for use in its frontier provinces with Afghanistan, there is no intention to slow down hardware deliveries.

The chairman has just returned to the US after visiting Pakistan. He says that “I've been working this over

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