Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq said on Tuesday Pakistan will not take any measures which will endanger its ties with its southwestern neighbour, Iran.
The NA Speaker was speaking in Lahore, where he said that US President Donald Trump in his speech at the Arab summit did not praise Pakistan’s sacrifices in the war on terror.
There were several other leaders at the summit who did not agree with Trump’s views, he said.
On the topic of Kulbhushan Jadhav, Ayaz Sadiq said that the nation needs to unite over the issue of the Indian spy caught from Balochistan. A session of the Parliamentary committee on National Security will be summoned to address the issue of Jadhav. The US president had addressed the Arab Islamic American Summit on May 21 in Riyadh. Iran’s absence was quite conspicuous in the session attended by 55 Muslim countries’ leaders.