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British Foreign Secretary William Hague arrives for a 'Friends of Democratic Pakistan' meeting on October 15,2010 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. Also attending the meeting of 26 countries and international institutions are a slew of foreign ministers and dignitaries, including US envoy for the region, Richard Holbrooke. Pakistan is ready to facilitate talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban in the interests of regional peace, the country's foreign minister said today. ( AFP PHOTO/GEORGES GOBET / GETTY IMAGES )

Pakistan's Secretary of State for Financial Affairs Hini Raddani Khar (C) speaks with US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke (L) and Bristih Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth William Hague prior a meeting of the Friends of Democratic Pakistan on October 15, 2010 at the European Union headquarters in Brussels. This Third council is expected in particular to look at the aftermath of the recent floods in Pakistan (humanitarian situation, reconstruction and rehabilitation) and at a longer term comprehensive approach to recovery (economic recovery, trade, institution building and administrative reforms). AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBET / GETTY IMAGES

(L to R) Pakistan's State Minister for Economic Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke and Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague attend the "Friends of Democratic Pakistan" meeting at the EU Council in Brussels October 15, 2010. ( GETTY IMAGES / REUTERS/Francois Lenoir )

British Foreign Secretary William Hague (3rd R) smiles as he reaches for a boxes of chocolates offered to him by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (unseen) at the start of their meeting on October 14, 2010 at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. NATO Foreign and Defence ministers are holding a rare joint meeting to discuss the new ‘strategic concept,’ a mission statement on how the alliance must respond to modern threats, from cyber attacks to missile strikes from ‘rogue’ states.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L, back) and British Foreign Secretary William Hague (2nd R, front) take part in a meeting on October 14, 2010 at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. NATO Foreign and Defence ministers are holding a rare joint meeting to discuss the new 'strategic concept,' a mission statement on how the alliance must respond to modern threats, from cyber attacks to missile strikes from 'rogue' states. (Getty Images)

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