BRUSSELS (Agencies) Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has expressed Pakistans deep concern over the border violations and recent attacks in Pakistani territory by NATO and ISAF forces in which three FC soldiers embraced martyrdom and three were injured. The Foreign Minister was talking to NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen at NATO Headquarters here on Monday. He is currently visiting Brussels to participate in ASEM-8 summit. Consequently after the attacks, the NATO supplies from Torkham border into Afghanistan is interrupted by Pakistan government. Apprising Nato Secretary-General Rasmussen of the gravity of public anger over NATO incursions, FM Qureshi said that no time frame could be given for the restoration of NATO supplies, adding that Pakistan would only reopen the supply route for coalition troops in Afghanistan once public anger eases and security improves. Unless the reaction cools down and we make sure that the supply line is secured, we cannot reopen it, he added. He said that the UN mandate for ISAF was confined to Afghanistan and NATO/ISAF forces were again advised to refrain from any actions that constitute a violation of Pakistans sovereignty. He said that Pakistan would defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity at any cost. He made it clear to Rasmussen that the government had many other options in case of similar violations in future. Offering regrets and terming the incidents as most unfortunate, NATO Chief Rasmussen admitted that the alliance intentionally carried out attacks inside Pakistans territory. He assured that NATO considered Pakistan as an important partner and had started a joint investigation to carry out a detailed assessment of the incident so as to ensure that such incidents are not repeated. Rasmussen said he had a good and open discussion with Qureshi. I expressed my regrets for the incident last week in which Pakistani soldiers lost their lives, he told reporters after the meeting. I expressed condolences to the families. Obviously this incident was unintended, he added. Rasmussen urged Pakistan to reopen NATO supply route as soon as possible. Pakistan blocked NATO supply through Torkham in Khyber Agency for the fifth consecutive day on Monday as over 200 tankers and containers queued up at the border point. Rasmussen said NATO and Pakistan needed to improve and step up cooperation on the Afghan-Pakistani border region to prevent Taliban insurgents from crossing the frontier to attack foreign troops fighting in Afghanistan. I expressed hope the border will be open for supplies as soon as possible, he said. The foreign minister committed himself to work on this. Ambassador of Pakistan to Belgium Jalil Abbas Jilani was also present at the meeting.