Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf is urging Britain to crack down on Islamic militants on British soil.
In a televised address to his nation Thursday, Mr. Musharraf said Pakistan is waging a strong campaign against extremism, but he said there is a lot to be done in Britain too.
He said extremist groups that have called for his assassination have been allowed to operate with what he called "impunity" in Britain. General Musharraf strongly condemned the July seventh London bombings, which killed at least 56 people.
But he rejected criticism generated by reports that three of the bombers allegedly were indoctrinated in Pakistan.
The Pakistani leader called for more cooperation with international partners, saying Britain and Pakistan are together in the fight against terrorism.