US special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Marc Grossman has made it clear that the cooperation of Pakistan helped lead the United States (US) to the hideout where Osama bin Laden was killed by US forces. The incident, he claimed, would strengthen ties between intelligence agencies of both countries. Talking to Pakistani media, he said the cooperation between both countries to eliminate terrorism and extremism would continue. He said the body of Osama bin laden was dumped at sea in accordance with Islamic rituals. Declaring the death of Osama Bin Laden as great achievement, he said, the war against terrorism has not ended. He thanked Pakistan for its cooperation and said that country has contributed greatly to our efforts to dismantle al-Qaeda. When asked about why Pakistan was not taken into confidence over US operation to hunt Osama, he said, there were security reason. We have always admired Pakistans role in war against terrorism, he said. Replying to a query, he said, aid to Pakistan under Kerry-Lugar-Berman act would be continued. Pakistan, Afghanistan and India are most important country in the region and without their cooperation stability in the region could not be maintained. When asked about Kashmir issue, he said, Pakistan and India can resolve this issue themselves.