This is how Riyadh anti-terror summit became shameful affair for Nawaz Sharif


May 23 , Tuesday : The  anti-terror summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia became humiliating affair for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, when he was not allowed to speak about terrorism were even the smaller countries were given chance to raise their voice over terrorism.

The US President Donald Trump and the king of Saudi Arabia was also present in the event.

Pakistan based ‘The Nation’ reported ” Sharif was not allowed to speak at the event, even as leaders of some small countries put forward their views on terrorism. “The popular sentiment among the majority of Pakistani media delegation was that of a total humiliation of the sole Muslim nuclear power because not only there was no mention of Islamabad’s role against global terrorism but also the prime minister of the ‘frontline state’ was denied the opportunity to put forth its point of view.”

It also stated that even smaller countries were given chance to share their views over terrorism.

Meanwhile,  US President Donald Trump talked about the impacts of  terrorism in countries  like the US, India, Russia, China etc. During his speech, Trump didn’t mentioned  Pakistan among the countries affected by terrorism.

Not only this , Recently  Pakistan had  witnessed another embarrassment at global level before  the International Court of Justice, over Kulbhushan Jadhav case in which the court has stayed the death sentence awarded by Pakistani court.

Wefornews Bureau 

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