NATO supplies through Torkham border crossing into Afghanistan resumed Sunday, 11 days after Islamabad closed the point in response to a deadly NATO air attack, officials said. "The first convoy of more than a dozen vehicles left for Afghanistan this afternoon," customs official Mohammad Nawaz told AFP. More vehicles loaded with supplies for NATO and US troops were ready to leave, he added. Foreign ministry on Saturday announced the reopening of the main land route for NATO supplies "with immediate effect". The decision came after US ambassador to Pakistan Anne Patterson on Wednesday apologised on behalf of the American people for the "terrible accident".