ISLAMABAD - Terming the US unilateral operation in Abbottabad an invasion on Pakistans sovereignty, Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs Salim Saifullah Khan Wednesday urged the government to implement May 13 parliamentary resolution. Briefing the media persons outside the Parliament about the in camera meeting of the committee, he said that during the meeting members of the committee urged for formation of joint parliamentary committee comprising members of Senate and National Assembly on May 2 Abbottabad incident who would also give recommendations to the government regarding important foreign affairs. He said that the committee would also provide ways and means to implement committee recommendations, as the committee would hold two or three meetings on the most important foreign matters in a week. He added that Pakistan was a sovereign state and such actions would not be tolerated in future. Talking about the expected military operation in North Waziristan, he said that the government officials during the meeting had confirmed that no army operation would be carried out in the area. He was of the view that only the people of Pakistan had the right to decide Army operation in North Wazirstan Agency (NWA). He also showed disappoint that John Kerry was a senator and he should first hold meetings with the members of Senate and National Assembly Foreign Relations Committees but he directly held meetings with the President, Prime Minister which was unacceptable. Salim Saifullah Khan said that Pakistan was an important ally of US in war on terror and despite it the US was not only reluctant to grant access to Pakistani products in its markets and was also hesitant to provide modern technology to Pakistan. Talking about the drone attacks, he said that Pakistan also wanted elimination of terrorism but drone attacks were badly affecting the war on terror and causing increase of suicide bombers. He further highlighted that Pakistan was enjoying good relations with Afghanistan, China, Iran and Saudi Arabia and relations with India were also coming on track. Minister of State for Foreign Affiars, Hina Rabbani Khar, Senator Professor Khurshid Ahmad, Senator Jehangir Badar, Senator Afrasiab Khattak, Senator Mushahid Hussain Bugti, Senator Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, Senator Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari, Secretary Defence Salman Bashir also attended the in camera meeting. '