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INL Assistant Secretary Patterson's Visit to Pakistan


Baluchistan Region of Pakistan
February 1, 2006

Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs' Assistant Secretary Anne Patterson visited the Baluchistan region of Pakistan on February 1, 2006, and met with Frontier Corp Baluchistan officials to inspect INL-funded border outposts. [Photos courtesy of Jay Green, an INL employee in Baluchistan, Pakistan.]

Assistant Secretary Patterson arrives in Baluchistan, Pakistan on for meetings with Pakistan Frontier Corp officials and inspections of INL-funded outposts on the Pakistan/Afghanistan border.
Assistant Secretary Patterson arrives in Baluchistan, Pakistan on for meetings with Pakistan Frontier Corp officials and inspections of INL-funded outposts on the Pakistan/Afghanistan border.

Assistant Secretary Patterson is briefed on how INL-funded border outposts are helping secure the Pakistan/Afghanistan border region.
Assistant Secretary Patterson is briefed on how INL-funded border outposts are helping secure the Pakistan/
Afghanistan border region.
Assistant Secretary Patterson meets with Baluchistan officials in the Frontier Corp during an inspection of border outposts.
Assistant Secretary Patterson meets with Baluchistan officials in the Frontier Corp during an inspection of border outposts.


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