Pakistan has said that decision to reopen Nato supply routes has been taken in the national interest and “new arrangement” have been made in this regard. During a media briefing on Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesman Muazzim Ahmed Khan told that transportation of lethal weapons through Pakistan into Afghanistan would not be allowed. He said that the US has clearly said “sorry” to Pakistan over Salala incident, adding that the decision to cooperate with the Nato was taken in the largest interest of the nation. Ironically, the spokesman was not aware of the details of the agreement which led to reopening of the ground routes for Nato supplies. However, he offered the journalists that he could provide them with details after receiving information. He ruled out Indian allegations against Pakistani institutions. He told media that Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar would attend a conference on Afghanistan being held in Japan on July 8. He said Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar will visit Japan on Sunday to attend Tokyo conference on Afghanistan. He said that Pakistan attaches great importance to a stable‚ prosperous and a peaceful Afghanistan. To a question‚ he said Pakistan and the United States are working on an arrangement as to how to facilitate the process of re-engagement. To another question he said Pakistan and the United States are continuing talks on drone attacks with the objective of reaching on some sort of mutually acceptable solution.