Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammad bin Abdulrehman Al-Thani will reach Islamabad Tuesday on an official visit.
According to Express News, the dignitary will meet Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to discuss issues revolving around the regional situation.
The channel, quoting sources, said the dignitary shall also engage in discourse regarding the Saudi-led military alliance whose leadership was handed over to Gen (retd) Raheel Sharif.
His visit comes weeks after after Middle Eastern countries, i.e. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and the United Arab Emirates cut diplomatic ties last month with the country, accusing it of ‘supporting terrorism’.
While Pakistan has remained neutral in the conflict so far, Saudi Arabia had demanded the officials to take a clear position on Qatar.
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