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PM to visit Islamic countries for consensus on Yemen crisis

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  1. Devil Soul

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    PM to visit Islamic countries for consensus on Yemen crisis
    April 01, 2015, 2:40 pm
    Islamabad- The government is pursuing a pragmatic strategy to facilitate early resolution of Middle East crisis and promote peace and unity among the Muslim Ummah.

    To achieve this objective, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is himself in contact with the heads of various Islamic countries, involved in the Yemen crisis. According to media reports, besides sending high level delegation to Saudi Arabia for talks on the issue, the Prime Minister is likely to visit Islamic countries to evolve consensus.

    The Prime Minister has also taken measures to take on board, political and military leadership to devise a joint national strategy to steer the Muslim Ummah from this crisis. As for Pakistanis stranded in Yemen, the Prime Minister has directed the concerned authorities to ensure their safe and early return. For this purpose, both air and sea routes are being utilized.

    A number of Pakistanis have already been airlifted from Al Hudaydah, while four naval vessels have been deputed to ferry the remaining Pakistanis. Chinese Navy has also been engaged for the safe return of stranded Pakistanis from Yemen.
     
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    PM should visit rest of Pakistan to ask opinions of Pakistanis not from Habibis. Seriously Noora logic some times defies gravity.
     
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  3. Dubious

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    When will he visit his own people and hear their say?
     
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    Good. For once I support his foreign tours..
     
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    Good step. I would like to see his first stop in Iran
     
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    defies ! :whistle:
     
  7. Sunan

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    Let me share some info regarding Arab League...Arab league has 22 permanant members and 4 Observer members.Abserver members has a right to advice but they cannot vote.India is also one of the four members of observers states in arab league.Pakistan is no where in Arab League.I am surprised why Saudies dont ask for help to india?? they take up this issue in Arab league not in OIC thats shows they think that its a Arab world problem not the problem of Muslims.......Some one says about us ..Baygani ki shadi may abdullah diwana...Is it right????