Sharif said that Pakistan will do all it can to resolve the crisis, The Express Tribune reported.
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to fly to Kuwait and Qatar in a bid to resolve the diplomatic row between the Gulf nations and Doha which has been accused of supporting terrorism, a report said on Friday.
Pakistan shares “good” ties with all Gulf countries and has been asked by the country’s Parliament to stay neutral in the crisis, while trying to resolve it.
Sharif said that Pakistan will do all it can to resolve the crisis, The Express Tribune reported. “Since Pakistan enjoys good relations with Saudi Arabia, Iran and Qatar, we will try our best to resolve the differences between the Arab countries,” Mr Sharif said.