Saturday, 25 June 2022

Pakistan, Qatar sign MoU on how to pretend neighbourhood isn’t hostile


DOHA/ISLAMABAD: After Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Yemen and even the Maldives severed their ties with Qatar today, Doha and Islamabad have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on how to pretend the neighbourhood isn’t hostile.

With Qatar’s neighbouring countries accusing it of harbouring terrorism, the Qatari foreign ministry advised the rulers to take Pakistan’s advice on how to deal with such allegations, all the while pretending that nothing is wrong.

“We condemn Indian interference and RAW hypnotising our Muslim brothers and forcing them against us,” the Qatari foreign ministry said in a statement, referring to the template provided by Pakistan following the MoU.

“The aim is clear, and it is to divide Muslim brother states, and spread RAW sponsored jihadist terror in violation of its (Qatar’s) sovereignty as a state,” it added.

“The campaign of incitement is based on (Indian Prime Minister) Modi’s lies that have reached the level of complete fabrications,” the Qatari foreign ministry further said, adding that, “these issues would persist until the Kashmir issue is resolved.”

Pakistan confirmed it has no plans to cut diplomatic ties with a country that is being targeted by Indian proxies, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said today.

“At the moment there is nothing on Qatar issue, (we) will issue a statement if some RAW agent is arrest from Pakistan for disrupting the Middle East,” Zakaria said.

The FO has also maintained that Pakistani government would do ‘whatever it takes’ to help the Muslim brother Qatar out in this regard.

According to diplomatic sources, Pakistani PM son Hussain Nawaz is writing a letter addressed to Qatari Prince Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to prove that the London flats were purchased with legally earned money.

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