Army spokesman Major General Athar Abbas has said targeting Salala check post again by NATO helicopters when NATO was already informed about its first attack on this post was beyond comprehension. Talking in a private TV channel programme DG ISPR, Maj Gen Athar Abbas said no treaty existed between Pakistan and NATO forces for launching joint operation or moving to each other areas. "However border coordination centres were functioning on borders and when any operation is conducted at any place near the borders then information in advance is given in this respect, he pointed out". "What location was informed by NATO with reference to its operation ahead of its attack on check post was far away from Salala but NATO forces attacked Salala check post," the ISPR chief said. He said Pakistan authorities informed NATO that its check post had been shelled but NATO helicopters came back and again targeted our check post which was beyond comprehension, he said.