Qureshi: U.S. aid will help Pakistan, U.S.

09/21/2010 | CBS News

CBS News interviewed Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi about the flood and its devastating impact on Pakistan's infrastructure and people. Qureshi said that the economic aid delivered by the U.S. to Pakistan -- $345 million in civilian aid and another $55 million in military aid -- will go a long way to repair the public image of the U.S. in Pakistan, which has suffered strain over the course of a U.S. war in Afghanistan that has bled across the Pakistani border.

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