ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, June 12 (UPI) -- Intelligence-sharing talks between the United States and Pakistan yielded little as CIA chief Leon Panetta returned home from Islamabad, U.S. officials said.
Panetta made an unannounced visit to Pakistan Friday and bypassed the protocol of first meeting with the president and prime minister, and instead met with army chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha of the country's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, the Dawn newspaper reported.
Panetta abruptly returned to Washington Saturday.
There is increasing tension between the two countries, with Pakistan calling for an end to unilateral U.S. missions such as the one that killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden May 2 and the use of drones along the Afghanistan border.
In turn, the United States has alleged collusion between Pakistani forces and terrorists, The New York Times said.
Panetta reportedly confronted the two generals with satellite photos showing two bomb-making facilities that were empty when Pakistani forces raided them after being given information by the United States.
The Press Trust of India said Panetta unsuccessfully sought some CIA independence in Pakistan, while the generals were adamant about sharing intelligence and no independent operations.