Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani says Pakistan will go ahead with a plan to import natural gas from Iran even if the US levies additional sanctions on the Mideast country. Speaking at a luncheon to parliamentarians on Tuesday, Gilani said, "We are not bound to implement the US decisions. We will follow if the United Nations impose the sanctions." Gilani's comments Tuesday come two days after the U.S. special envoy to Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, said new sanctions being finalized by Congress could affect the deal with Iran. The prime minister said Pakistan would reconsider the gas deal if it violated U.N. sanctions, but not those levied unilaterally by the U.S.