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UK and Pakistan friendship 'unbreakable' says Cameron

David Cameron emphasised the threat that the UK and Pakistan both face from terrorism as he spoke of an "unbreakable friendship" on a visit to the country.

The UK prime minister sparked anger on a trip to neighbouring India last year when he accused elements in Pakistan of promoting "the export of terror".

Mr Cameron also spoke of improved trade and education links between Pakistan and the UK - offering additional aid to train teachers, build new schools and provide text-books.

  • 05 Apr 2011
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