Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin Pakistan said that US would not maintain good ties with Islamabad at any price. He said that Pakistan must heed US concerns.
Carl Levin became the second senior United States Senator in two days who has expressed reservations about relations with Pakistan. He said that if Pakistan wants to maintain good ties with the US, they should give the US interrogators access to three wives of the Al-Qaeda leader who was killed in the operation in Abbottabad. Carl Levin said that Pakistan should respond to concerns of the US. He added that the cooperation against extremists between the two countries should not be dependent upon certain moods of either party. Carl Levin also said the US should formally object to Pakistan on leaking the name of the CIA station chief in Islamabad.
U.S. agents were able to question Bin-Laden's wives together with ISI members presents.
In Islamabad Ambassador Cameron Munter was summoned to the Foreign Office as Pakistan decided to lodge a protest against the raid conducted in Abbotabad that killed Bin-laden.