U.S. Ready to Help Teen Activist Shot by Taliban, Pakistan Hasn't Responded

Presumably the Pakistani government can afford to transport and treat the girl themselves


United States Thursday said that its offer to provide all the means for the transportation and medical treatment for Malala Yousufzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban, was on the table for the Pakistani side, if they need it, Geo News reported. "President Barack Obama and his press secretary Jay Carney were pretty explicit about what we have proposed and offered. But my understanding is that the Pakistanis have not come back to us with any specific requests", State Department's Victoria Nuland said during a daily press briefing.

To a question she said that White House had talked about the efforts against terror with Pakistan when with Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, who were here just a couple of weeks ago.