'War' was yesterday's talk

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'War' was yesterday's talk

Post by Admin » Sun Sep 22, 2019 8:26 pm

Let's take it so.

The whole Middle East, either it's Saudi Arabia, UAE, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Syria or Lebanon, has a lot of potentials to grow and develop.

Since biblical time ME showed humans the path to move forward with discipline. All the early human developments were in ME and spreaded later to the rest of the world.

There are plenty of rooms to develop and grow. Let's take Dubai as an example. The rulers of UAE have turned Dubai successfully into the 'business hub' of the Middle East. It needed vision and hard work. They proved they have both these qualities. In addition to the success of developing Dubai as a commercial center, it's one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. A Great Accomplishment.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is a visionary too. The young leadership wants to bring the country to the forefront of any developments achieved till now in any of the Gulf states.

But the ongoing war is an obstacle to that progress. Having war on the backyard, talks of any development will take the Kingdom from a very insecured state to nowhere. Stability is the first requirement for developments to achieve.

Now Yemen's Houthi Movement announced to halt attacks on the Kingdom. And this is the right time to seize the opportunity. The two delegations: Saudi and Yemeni can sit face-to-face and start the discussion directly pointing to the issues that is hitting both sides hard since years.

The other world powers: US, Russia, France, Germany, UK and China can help the talk to end successfully.

To stop the war is a moment's decision only.

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