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Dear Pak Friends,
The most strategic crisis since Desert Storm is unfolding here in the neighbourhood of Pak, yet I see no movement from Pak PM or FO. Why this inertia?
Surely, whatever happens in GCC has direct effect on Pak economy and national security. Yet this defeaning silence from Mr. Sharif... why?
Mr. Sharif has so friendly, nay, brotherly relationship with all of the ruling elite of GCC yet...not a word or action. Hopefully, he is not ill again with his famous heart.
What do you think Pak's involvement could/would be to help resolve this rather big crisis.
Anyhow, let us wait and see how it develops further. Fat Lady hasn't started singing yet..it is just the orchestra tunning the instruements...
Seems like something more than wounded pride in action against Qatar... @Khafee what giveth?
Coup in Doha might turn out to be a double-edgged sowrd.
Pakistan's proper role is to negotiate a truce between GCC states. But I don't think the current incompetent and corrupt govt can play any role. Since NS has no integrity and respect, which became evident in the recent Arab summit fiasco. However if Pakistani establishment plays an active role and egages other influential countries of the region on this issue then these states can be forced to reconcile and discuss their issues through peaceful dialogue.