Islamabad agrees to send five thousand troops to the Saudi-Yemeni border
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Quotes "Wall Street Journal" for a Pakistani official, Islamabad agreed to send five thousand troops to the Saudi-Yemeni border.
The newspaper "The Wall Street Journal": that Islamabad has agreed to send five thousand troops to protect the kingdom from the People's Committees and the Yemeni army attacks.
The newspaper, the Saudis realized that they can not rely on the United States in its aggression against Yemen, so they turned to allies own armies.
For its part, the Pakistani media reported for senior officials, said the soldiers would be deployed in the southern border with Yemen, Saudi Arabia.
He confirmed the Pakistani media that there are currently 1,200 troops from the Pakistani army in Saudi Arabia because he considered helping the Saudi army training.
He claimed the Pakistani media, the Pakistani army will protect the role of the Saudi military installations against Yemeni attacks and repel any incursions.