Prime authorities officers in Islamabad on Monday reaffirmed their help to Yemeni management amid reviews that the Pakistan military is sending fight troops to strengthen Saudi Arabia’s southern border from assaults by Yemen’s Houthi rebels.
President Mamnoon Hussain in a gathering with Yemeni Deputy Prime Minister Abdulmalik Aduljalil Al-Mekhlafi as we speak asserted that Muslim nations ought to work collectively for progress and stability by avoiding mutual variations, Radio Pakistan reported.
He informed Al-Mekhlafi, who can also be Yemen’s overseas minister, that Pakistan needs to contribute to progress and stability in Yemen, and wishes the restoration of piece within the battle-stricken nation.
Manoon stated Pakistan helps Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s efforts for peace in Yemen and regards him because the respectable chief of the nation. He added that Pakistan would proceed to help Hadi and Yemen for peace and progress within the area.
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Overseas Affairs Sartaj Aziz in a separate assembly with Al-Mekhlafi assured the Yemeni overseas minister that Pakistan has all the time supported the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Yemen, and would proceed to supply all potential help for restoration of peace and stability within the nation, Radio Pakistan reported.
Aziz appreciated the Yemeni authorities’s efforts in the direction of restoring peace, concord and stability within the conflict-torn nation.
Each President Mamnoon Hussain and Aziz expressed gratitude for Yemen’s cooperation within the evacuation of hundreds of Pakistani nationals from the nation in the course of the battle.
Al-Mekhlafi reciprocated gratitude in the direction of the Pakistani authorities for its continued political help and financial help to Yemen. He stated the nation accords nice significance to its ties with Pakistan and would welcome Pakistanis returning to Yemen.
The assembly comes as Center East Eye in an unique report alleged that the Pakistani Military has, in line with senior safety sources, agreed to ship “a brigade of fight troops to shore up Saudi Arabia’s weak southern border from reprisal assaults mounted by the Houthis in Yemen.”
The troops will allegedly solely be deployed contained in the border, the sources claimed, with one saying, “It won’t be used past Saudi borders.”
The report has not been verified by the military. The Pakistan Military’s public relations wing didn’t touch upon the reviews.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and its allies launched air strikes towards Houthi rebels in Yemen in March 2015 after the fighters tightened their grip over Aden, the place the nation’s president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi had taken refuge.
Hadi replaced former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in 2012 when he stood as the only candidate within the election to switch Saleh in an influence switch deal brokered by Gulf neighbours and backed by Western powers.
Pakistan had assured KSA of its support for a Saudi-led coalition conducting the strikes in Yemen in 2015, however lawmakers afterward voted that Pakistan should remain neutral within the battle.
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