Abdullah Hussain Haroon, Pakistan's ambassador to the United Nations, spoke to CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk Thursday about the thousands of pages of classified U.S. documents released this week by the website WikiLeaks.
Haroon also said U.S. war strategy needs to change for America to win.
"In my personal opinion, the way the war is being fought, it doesn't seem winnable," Haroon said.
The thousands of documents leaked include U.S. military intelligence and field reports revealing that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency armed, trained and financed the Taliban insurgency from 2004 to 2009, fueling American doubts about the Afghan war.
While discussing the WikiLeaks documents at length, Haroon said the documents pointing to Pakistani intelligence aid to the Taliban are flawed.
The ambassador also said Pakistan needs more help to fight the Taliban-al Qaeda insurgency in the north.
"The concentration of al Qaeda has shifted to Yemen, number one, and, number two, in Afghanistan itself in the province of Kunar in the north, which everyone in Afghanistan and Pakistan knows is where the Taliban and al Qaeda have put a very formidable enclave, why isn't anyone doing anything about it?" asked Haroon. "Has the ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) forces gone into Kunar? They want us to do more. We have limited resources."
In his opinion, the insurgent attacks plaguing the region will decrease when U.S. and NATO troops leave.
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