Pakistan has decided not to attend an international conference on Afghanistan’s future scheduled to be held next week in Bonn, Germany, in protest against the Nato raid on its military outposts that led to killing of over two dozen military men. The decision was taken during the meeting of federal cabinet presided over by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani in Lahore on Tuesday. “We want to live with honour and dignity,” Gilani said and urged the nation to stand by government. He urged the nation to stand beside the government so that it could coup with the challenges facing by the country. Gilani also announced to convene joint session of the Parliament to discuss the situation emerging after the Nato attack. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar briefed the participants over the situation.