Pakistan Prevents US Diplomat From Leaving Country

Pakistan Prevents US Diplomat From Leaving Country

Pakistan Prevents US Diplomat From Leaving Country

Pakistan won't allow a US diplomat from leaving the country after he was involved in a fatal traffic accident, a Pakistani intelligence official.

Any way credit goes to the Federal Investigation Agency officials who foiled Col Joseph bid to leave the country and it must also be investigated as to why and for what objective the USA military plane was allowed to land at the airbase.

It also ordered the government to decide about adding his name to the Exit Control List, which controls the movement of people wanted by courts or those involved in corruption.

The US diplomat was let go by police officials in Islamabad after the accident as the law - Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961 - provided the diplomat immunity from criminal prosecution.

A day earlier, an Islamabad court had ruled his diplomatic immunity may not apply in the April 7 traffic accident in which the USA attache's vehicle hit a motorcycle, killing the 22-year-old driver, both papers reported.

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The issue has further strained ties between Pakistan and US.

Officials in Islamabad have demanded that the U.S. waive Hall's diplomatic immunity in order to face trial but so far America has refused.

Hours earlier Pakistan had imposed tight restrictions on American diplomats, banning unauthorised travel and stripping them of diplomatic perks.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Pakistan had also imposed travel restrictions on USA diplomats in the country following a similar decision by the U.S. administration.

Since President Donald Trump took office last January, US-Pakistan relations have soured considerably, with the administration cutting $1.3 billion in annual aid to Islamabad for security purposes.

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United States officials declined to comment Sunday, citing the sensitivity of the situation.

The State Department on Saturday confirmed the new restrictions on its employees in Pakistan but declined further comment. In fact the matter was also discussed during the last visit of U.S. official Alice Wells.

'My son will never come back and we will consult with our relatives and village community before negotiating the agreement.

At the time of the accident that claimed the life of a motorcyclist and injured his companion, the USA embassy in fact had also offered full cooperation but Saturday's act on part of the U.S. reflects it does not value the blood of any other person except its own citizens.

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