WASHINGTON, April 15 (APP): The United States, commenting on Monday’s parliamentary resolution in Pakistan for a UN probe into the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, said anything reinforcing people’s satisfaction would be useful but added it would wait for the world body’s response to it.
“On the resolution calling for a UN investigation of Bhutto’s death, we’re waiting to see what the UN does with it. The Scotland Yard investigation seemed to provide most of the answers, but anything that adds to the satisfaction of the Pakistani people would be useful”, a State Department official said Monday afternoon.
The official noted the “important thing now is to have a good investigation of the facts on the ground, and to pull together all the available information about the case.”
“Again, we’ll wait to see what the UN does with the resolution. And take it from there,” he said.