Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that the issue of hostile statements made by British Prime Minister David Cameron would be taken up at a diplomatic level, and warned that such statements could adversely affect the war against terrorism. "Such statements could affect the war against terrorism," The Dawn quoted Gilani, as saying.
The Prime Minister further referring to Pakistan's role in the war on terror, pointed out that the country had suffered more casualties and deployed more forces to fight terrorism than the entire US-led NATO forces in Afghanistan.
"Pakistan has never claimed to be a super power, but is currently undertaking efforts against terrorism in its best capacity," he added. Cameron has provoked a diplomatic row with Pakistan, when he accused Islamabad of "exporting terrorism".