(WASHINGTON) -- President Barack Obama reached out to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari Sunday morning in an effort to convey his condolences after two dozen Pakistani soldiers were killed this past week along the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
White House officials report that Obama set the record straight that the attack was not deliberate. He also highlighted that the United States was poised to launch a full investigation on the incident.
In an effort to secure the relationship between the U. S. and Pakistan, both parties confirmed they would stay in contact.
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