Pakistani Opposition parties say dialogue best option to end Yemen crisis

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Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 02 April 2015

An All Parties Conference (APC) of Opposition parties of Pakistan expressed concerns over the Saudi-led war against Yemen and called for resolving the present crisis through dialogue and negotiations.

The APC hosted by former ruling and now leading Opposition party Pakistan People’s Party’s co-chairman at Bilawal House in Karachi. Decisions were made known at the end of the APC.


The Opposition parties expressed concerns over the recent developments, saying the stability and integrity of Gulf and all countries in the Middle East was of paramount importance.

The APC urged the government to convene an all-party conference and joint sitting of the Parliament to discuss the Yemen crisis and take the nation into confidence to propose a way forward.

Leaders of the PPP, ANP, MQM, JUI-F and BNP-A attended the meeting, which was held at Bilawal House in Karachi.

PPP Co-Chairman and former President Ali Zardari presided over the meeting, which expressed grave concerns over the situation in the Middle East and its implications for the region and also for Pakistan.

“The meeting also stated that the gravity of the situation demanded that no one individual to take any unilateral decision without broad-based discussion and consultation with all political parties and stakeholders.”

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