ISLAMABAD – Government wants Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and United Nations (UN) to play its role over Yemen conflict, PakistanTribe reported.
The meeting was held on Monday where Pakistan military and political leadership developed a consensus over Pakistan’s involvement in Yemen civil war.
In a statement issued by an official after the meeting it was said that “To facilitate early resolution of the crisis and to promote peace and unity of the Muslim Ummah, the prime minister will be contacting the leadership of brotherly countries.”
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was presiding the meeting whereas all the chiefs of Pakistan armed forces along with Defense Minister and Prime Minister’s adviser to Foreign Affairs were present.
Following the decision of meeting, a delegation consisting on Defense Minister Ishaq Dar, Prime Minister’s adviser on security issues Sartaj Aziz and Pakistan military officers has departed for Kingdom to clear Pakistan’s stance over Yemen civil war.
Organization of Islamic cooperation (OIC) which is considered as a dead organization often faces criticism for its role in regional and Islamic world’s affairs.
Some analysts believe that OIC was established to promote the western agendas during the cold war as it was active only in the days of cold war supporting US in recruiting Islamic militants for Afghan Jihad.
Immediate after the Russia collapses, the OIC disappeared and all its active participation in regional and Islamic world’s politics was also finished.
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