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Foreign Office Welcomes The Saudi Arabian End Of Air Strikes

ISLAMABAD – The spokesperson of the Foreign Office says that Pakistan welcomes the Saudi Arabian end of air-strikes on Yemen rebels.

Early in the morning on Wednesday, the Foreign Office issues the statement that Saudi Government has taken a very mature decision to stop targeting the rebels in Yemen.

The Foreign Office praised the decision and said that it will pave the way for the political solution of the issue.

The spokesperson, Tasneem Aslam, said this in her tweet that Pakistan will work hand in hand with Saudi Arabia to venture the political solution of the conflict.

Pakistan has refused to send ground forces in Yemen courtesy Parliament’s decision, but Pakistan has always offered himself as an arbitrator to help Saudis and Yemen resolve the conflict.

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