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There was some miscommunication, says Zardari
November 29, 2008 17:37 IST
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari [Images] on Saturday blamed "miscommunication" with India for Islamabad [Images] seemingly going back on its promise to send Director General of ISI to New Delhi [Images] and instead said a director-level officer will be coming.
Zardari claimed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh [Images], during a telephonic talk with, had requested for sending "Director".
"There was a miscommunication... We had announced that a Director will come from my side. That is what was requested by the Prime Minister and that is what we agreed," the Pakistan President told Karan Thapar's 'Devil's Advocate' programme.
"It is too early for the Director Generals to meet at the moment. Let the evidence come to light, let the investigations take its course. Then perhaps there is a position where the Directors General could meet," Zardari said.
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