Islamabad has decided to block the supply of NATO in Afghanistan to transit through its territory following a fatal attack at dawn by the Alliance against a Pakistani border post on Saturday, reported on national television.
“We have prevented the entry and returned about 40 trucks and truck cisterns” of the Alliance, told the press representative of local authorities.
According to media reports, Pakistani authorities blocked the road through the Khyber Pass and the Torkham border crossing, supply route for NATO forces deployed in Afghanistan.
Earlier in the day Saturday, the Pakistani military had accused NATO of killing twenty-five of their helicopters in a raid.
The Alliance did not comment on that information immediately.