Monday,11 February 2019
source: shiitenews

A delegation of Saudi led military coalition or so called IMCTC headed by Pakistanís former army chief (retd) General Raheel Sharif has arrived in Pakistan to discuss role of Pakistan in Yemen crisis and matters relating to forthcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salam to Islamabad.
Media has reported aforesaid points as likely agenda of the delegation visit to Pakistan last night. A special plane carrying the delegation arrived at Nur Khan air base near the federal capital Islamabad. Sources privy to the development told media that the two-day visit is considered to hold strategic importance under current circumstances.
The delegation is likely to hold key meetings with the civil and military leadership of the country.
The military officials are expected to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan, Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi besides Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Zubair Mahmood Hayat.
Saudi-led military alliance launched an all-out offensive against the impoverished Arab country Yemen in 2015 to bring back the fugitive President Mansur Hadi and has committed horrible crimes against the people of that country since then.
The Saudi-led coalition which has failed to gain its goals in Yemen war is now in a crisis and some of its members including Morocco have left it. Germany has also announced that it will not sell arms to Saudi Arabia to be used for killing Yemeni people. Pakistanís former army chief, who is now the commander general of the Saudi-led military coalition, will also hold a special meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan. Key affairs pertaining to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salmanís upcoming visit to Pakistan will be discussed at the meeting, said the sources.

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