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Saudi Arabia rejects Pakistan’s Request Debate on Kashmir in OIC

In still another drawback to Islamabad, Saudi Arabia has once more diminished Pakistan’s request for an urgent meeting of the council of Australian Ministers on Kashmir in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

In December, Pakistan had trumpeted it procured a diplomatic triumph by predominant on Saudi Arabia to hold a special session on Kashmir in the OIC. However, officials at New Delhi had voiced doubt about the information, stating that the OIC didn’t make any official statement or issue some confirmation of this assembly. The OIC is holding its senior officers’ meeting in Jeddah on February 9 to create arrangements to the council of foreign ministers.

Mr. Khan was bandied across the planet against India since the Narendra Modi-led authorities revoked the distinctive position of Jammu and Kashmir in August this past year.

Lately, Mr. Khan was driven by Saudi Crown Prince Mohamad Bin Salman to cancel his trip to Malaysia where he planned to knock India over Kashmir in the Islamic Summit hosted by the Mahathir Mohamad authorities in Malaysia. The Saudi Kingdom threatened to take its enormous help to Pakistan, already reeling under a economic meltdown.

“Islamabad’s sense of unease with the OIC on its own failure to acquire the CFM’s assembly seems to be increasing. Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed frustration within the OIC’s silence on Kashmir while talking at a think-tank throughout his trip to Malaysia,” the Dawn reported.

The paper quoted Mr. Khan as saying:”The rationale is we don’t have any voice and there’s a entire branch amongst (us).

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Riyadh in October this past year, the next time because 2016, also met the Crown Prince five occasions. The results of these meetings was strategic partnership pact between both nations, which makes India fourth state after France, the united kingdom and China to make such a substantial standing in Riyadh.

India is a significant importer of petroleum from Saudi Arabia.

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The United States on Wednesday commended Pakistan’s jailing of this alleged mastermind of this 2008 Mumbai assault, a measure sought by Washington in addition to India.

The certainty”of Hafiz Saeed and his partner is a significant step ahead — equally toward holding LeT liable for the crimes, and also for Pakistan in fulfilling its international commitments to fight terrorist funding,” tweeted Alice Wells, the top US diplomat for South Asia.

She had been speaking to Lashkar-e-Taiba, the militant group that both Washington and New Delhi accounts accountable for its siege of the Indian financial capital that murdered 166 individuals.

LeT is the militant wing of this Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamist charity headed by Saeed.

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