Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua said Tuesday Pakistan remains committed to its policy of non-interference in the conflicts of Muslim countries.
“The Islamic alliance is against terrorism, not any country,” Janjua said in response to a question by committee chairman Awais Leghari.
She gave the confirmation amid a meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs which talked about the issue of freedom given to previous armed force boss Retired Gen Raheel Sharif to lead the Saudi-drove 41-country Islamic military organization together and Pakistan’s relations with Saudi Arabia and Iran.
She was tending to worries that Islamabad’s choice to send the previous armed force boss to lead the partnership will confuse the officially full Pak-Iran ties.
The Foreign secretary said Pakistan is attempting endeavors to diminish the pressures between Saudi Arabia and Iran.