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Muslim states must join West to eliminate terrorism: Sharif

23 May 2017

Pakistan's treatment at the summit has started making headlines in the country with opposition parties targeting Nawaz Sharif.

The prime minister said that Afghanistan should also wage a war against terrorism.

US president Donald Trump on Sunday acknowledged India as "victim of terrorism" during Arab-Islamic-US Summit at Riyadh.

The meeting took place on the sidelines of first Arab-Islamic-American Summit in which USA president Donald Trump also participated.

"Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz invited Sharif for the summit".

The diplomatic meet between Sharif and Trump did not take place even as the Saudi Arabia was strongly backing the idea.

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During the brief meeting, Trump said he was very pleased to meet Sharif to which the premier responded that the feeling was mutual.

During the summit, the prime minister added, he had an interaction with some other leaders as well.

Mr. Sharif narrowly survived in three-two judgment in his favour in allegations of corruption in the Panama Papers case on April 20.

The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) and the Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) have threatened to launch a countrywide movement if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif doesn't resign in seven days over the Panama Papers scandal.

Daily Pakistan, another newspaper, also bemoaned how the country was neglected at the summit where 55 Muslim-majority nations also participated.

After departing Islamabad in the morning, Sharif arrived along with his delegation, which comprises several government officials and media persons, including Foreign Affairs' adviser Sartaj Aziz and lawyer Akram Sheikh. The prime minister will leave for home on Tuesday.