ISLAMABAD - Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Haji Muhammad Adeel said on Wednesday that the roads structure being used for NATO supplies was in dilapidated conditions and an MoU would be signed in September 2012 to rehabilitate this road infrastructure.While talking to media after the meeting of the committee stressed that billions of dollars were required to rehabilitate the roads network used for NATO supplies.Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel said that the government’s decision to allow supplies was right, however, he added that the committee expressed its concern over the delay. He viewed that no country could live in isolation. The committee endorsed the decision of the government to reopen NATO supplies, Senator Haji Adeel informed. He further said that the global community had welcomed the decision. He also said that their foreign policy was going on in the right direction. Earlier, Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan on Wednesday met at the Parliament House under the Chairmanship of Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel to discuss the re-opening of NATO supply routes besides briefing on relations with United Kingdom and Pak-UK national security dialogue. The committee also offered fateha for the departed soul of father-in-law of Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel and sympathized with the bereaved family. During the committee meeting, Hina Rabbani Khar, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs and senior officers of the ministry gave detailed briefing on the re-opening of NATO supplies and other issues on the agenda. Senators Babar Khan Ghauri, Farhatullah Babar, Muhammad Jehangir Badar, Syed Mustafa Kamal, Syeda Sughra Imam and Muhammad Ishaq Dar attended the meeting besidees. Hina Rabbani Khar, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jalil Abbas Jilani, Secretary of the ministry and senior officers of Foreign Office.