Pakistan is Ready to Help Indonesia in Resolving Conflicts Involving Muslim Countries
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VOI NEWS 19.03.2017, 12.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7
Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population in the world has a major role in solving the conflict in Muslim countries in the world. Therefore, Ambassador of Pakistan to Indonesia, Mohammad Aqil Nadeem in a special interview with Voice of Indonesia recently in Jakarta stated that Pakistan expressed its readiness to cooperate and assist the conflict resolution efforts with Indonesia.
“Indonesia being the biggest Moslem country in the world can play a leading role in resolution of the conflict and off course Pakistan can help Indonesia and this regard. And infective, both countries join together then they can play a very effective role in resolving this conflict situation in the Moslem world,” he said.
In addition, Ambassador Nadeem said that the important role of Indonesia in the resolution of conflicts in Muslim countries can be seen on the Indonesia's efforts in resolving the conflict in Palestine. Therefore, Pakistan hoped to cooperate with Indonesia, especially the two countries have joined in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) // (Rezha/trs.Alika)
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