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Topic - Abdul Hafeez Shaikh
U.S. and Pakistani officials are discussing billions of dollars in reimbursements to Pakistan for its role in the U.S.-led war on militants.
"Given the current state of our dialogue with the U.S., I don't want to get into opening a new controversy about what I think are the numbers and what somebody else thinks are the numbers," Mr. Shaikh said. "We have had a good discussion, and I think that issue is hopefully going to get resolved in some positive way."