ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia is reluctant to accept Pakistan’s re Saudi Arabia is reluctant to accept Pakistan’s request to immediately convene a meeting of the Organisation of Islami Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) Council of ForeignForeign Ministers (CFM) on Kashmir, a Pakistani daily newspaper, Dawn, reported on Thursday.
Amid Islamabad’s growing unease over failing to garner support for OIC’s CFM meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan had voiced frustration over the silence of the 57member bloc of Muslim countries on Kashmir while speaking at a thinktank during his recent visit to Malaysia.
“The reason is that we have no voice and there is a total division amongst us. We can’t even come together as a whole on the OIC meeting on Kashmir,” he said
refusal to attend the Kuala Lumpur summit under Saudi pressure, Riyadh had shown some flexibility on Pakistan’s proposal. It had sent its foreign minister to thank Pakistan for staying away from the event in Malaysia but that flexibility was short-lived and Riyadh soon reverted to its position on the CFM on Kashmir.