Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar Thursday said that the US had never threatened Pakistan with sanctions over Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline. Addressing a workshop on “Diplomatic Norms and Practices” at Foreign Service Academy here in which a number of diplomatic correspondents were participating, she said that the US officials had already rebuffed the reports of threatening. “Pakistan can never be selective as far as its energy need is concerned,” she said. When the foreign minister was asked as to what would be position of Pakistan if Iran is attacked, she said that any attack or war would be catastrophic for the region. “And Pakistan would severely suffer, therefore, attack would neither take place nor can be allowed, it is clear.” Over the NATO supply, she said that the decision is with the parliament and let not undermine the government’s stance, however, supply of Afghan containers, under Pak-Afghan transit, trade was restored which was right of Afghans.