Arab and international Since 2017-06-11 at 18:14 (Baghdad time)
Baghdad - Mawazine News
Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Nafis Zakaria on Sunday denied reports by some Qatari media that Qatar was planning to deploy troops in Qatar.
In a statement to the ministry, Zakaria said, "This news is fabricated and baseless."
"These false reports appear to be part of a malicious campaign aimed at creating misunderstandings between Pakistan and Muslim brotherly states in the Gulf," he said.
According to Turkish media, Friday (9/6/2017), Pakistan decided to follow the example of Turkey by deploying a large military force in Qatar, while media reports said that Pakistan's decision to deploy 20 thousand troops in Qatar was issued after the Turkish parliament approved the A law allowing the deployment of additional military force in Qatar, where there is a military base.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Mauritius, the Maldives and Mauritania have decided to cut off diplomatic ties with Qatar after accusing them of supporting terrorism. A number of Gulf states and Arab states have decided to impose a blockade on them.