Pakistan withdrew from Summit because of Saudi Arabia.

Pakistan withdrew from Summit because of Saudi Arabia.


Pakistan withdrew from Summit because of Saudi Arabia. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Pakistan had withdrawn from the Malaysian Summit as Saudi Arabia was forced to do so.

The Turkish president, speaking to media representatives in Kuala Lumpur, said Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan had withdrawn from the summit after Saudi Arabia’s economic threats.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who had been a prime mover behind the summit along with his Malaysian counterpart and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, decided to withdraw from the meeting in the last minute.

“Currently, there are assurances the country has given to Pakistan about the central bank. More than that, though, there are 4 million Pakistanis employed in Saudi Arabia. They (threatening to say) should send back (Pakistanis) and instead re-employ Bangladeshi citizens,” Erdogan said.

Saudi Arabia said its leaders did not attend the meeting because it took place outside of the Jeddah-based 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

“We see Saudi Arabia posing economic threats to Pakistan and trying to replace Pakistan’s 4 million employees with Bangladeshi jobs,” said Erdogan, the Turkey-based TRT World news channel.

The Turkish president added that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia used similar threatening tactics concerning Pakistan State Bank (SBP), threatening to withdraw their money.

In January this year, the Pakistani central bank issued its third and last tranche of $1 billion as part of Riyadh’s balance of payments support program.

He also indicated that Indonesia, which also missed the moot of Malaysia, was also suffering from similar problems, adding that he would have liked to see both countries still present.

On Wednesday, the OIC based in Saudi Arabia criticized the Malaysia Summit in a statement saying it was against the Muslim world’s interests to hold meetings outside the group, which has been serving as the unified Islamic voice for decades.

Pakistan reveals why it withdrew from Pakistan’s Kuala Lumpur Summit

On Friday, saying it withdrew from the Summit as ‘ time and efforts were needed to address major Muslim countries ‘ concerns about the potential division in the Ummah. ‘

Pakistan withdrew from Summit because of Saudi Arabia.

“Responding to media questions, the spokesperson confirmed that Pakistan did not participate in the KL Summit as time and effort were needed to address major Muslim countries ‘ concerns about potential discord in the Ummah.”

Pakistan will continue to work for the Ummah’s unity and cohesion, which is necessary to address effectively the Muslims ‘ challenges. nEWS REPORT ON Pakistan withdrew from Summit because of Saudi Arabia.

Source: Newsagency



پاکستان نے کوالالمپور سمٹ میں شرکت کیوں نہیں کی؟ طیب اردگان سے منسوب بڑا دعویٰ سامنے آگیا۔۔

اور ترک ویب سائٹ ایک اخبار  آر ٹی ای اردو نے بھی طیب اردگان کے اس بیان کو رپورٹ کیا ہے اس نے بھی اس قسم کے ٹویٹس کئے

طیب اردگان کا مزید کہنا تھا کہ سعودی عرب میں 4 ملین پاکستانی ورکرز کام کرتے ہیں جنھیں کوالالمپور سمٹ میں شرکت کی صورت میں نکالنے اور ان کی جگہ بنگلہ دیشی ورکرز کو لانے کی دھمکی دی گئی۔ ایسے پریشر ڈالنا کوئی پہلی دفعہ کا واقعہ نہیں ہے۔ یہ بدقسمتی کی بات ہے

ترکی کے معروف چینل ٹی آرٹی نے دعویٰ کیا کہ طیب اردگان کا کہنا ہے کہ وزیراعظم عمران خان نے کوالالمپور سمٹ میں سعودی عرب کی دھمکی کی وجہ سے شرکت نہیں کی۔ سعودی حکومت نے دھمکی دی کہ سمٹ میں شرکت کی صورت میں پاکستان سنٹرل بنک سے رقوم نکال لیں گے۔ پاکستانی ورکرز کو واپس بھیج دیا جائے گا، ان کی جگہ بنگالی شہریوں کو ویزے دئیے جائیں گے۔

Source: Newsagency