UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday brushed aside Pakistans multiple objections to the report of the UN Commission, which investigated the 2007 assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, saying he stands by its findings. The Secretary-General stands by the Report, UN Associate Spokesman said, referring to a spate of what the Pakistani government said was a spate of inaccuracies and unsubstantiated observations in the document. But for some reason, the UN did not release the text of the letter. On Monday, Pakistans UN Ambassador Abdullah Hussain Haroon met the UN chief, but it could not be ascertained what they discussed. In his response to Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshis letter, the Secretary-General reiterated his strong support for the three-member Commission, saying it carried out its work professionally. Ban said that the three-member Commission conducted its inquiry under the Terms of Reference (ToR) agreed between the government of Pakistan and the Secretariat and noted by the Security Council. The ToR called for a probe into the facts and circumstances of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. The Report painstakingly sets out the facts regarding the assassination and provides an extensive description of the circumstances around the crime, the Secretary-General said through his spokesman. The Secretary-General has full confidence in the Committees judgement, the spokesman said. He believes that the Report produced by the Commission speaks for itself and can be helpful to any subsequent investigation. The work of the Commission is complete. The Secretary-General stands by the Report, Spokesman Farhan Haq added. In his letter, the Foreign Minister, counted, among other things, lack of attention paid to any international dimension of the tragic December 27, 2007 killing of the former Prime Minister. He also took issue with repeated but un-evidenced finger-pointing at the role of Pakistani security agencies and the establishment as well as the sudden departure of PPP leaders Rehman Malik and Babar Awan from the crime scene. At the same time, the letter, which was issued last Thursday as a document of the United Nations, said the Pakistani government was taking steps to investigate the assassination. The Commission presented its report to the Secretary-General on April 15.