Saudi Arabia will intervene to reconcile Pakistani politicians only if asked to play such a role, the countrys envoy has said. Saudi Arabia does not want Pakistans political parties to fight each other and will play its role in calming down political tensions if was requested by the politicians, Ambassador Abdul Aziz Ibrahim Al Ghadeer said in an interview with a Pakistani daily. Political wrangling between parties in Pakistan is the countrys internal matter. But if our brothers ask us to intervene, our doors will always be open for them, Ghadeer was quoted as saying. Ambassador said the political imbroglio demanded of all parties to sit down to resolve their differences something which can be facilitated by Saudi Arabia as an elder brother, the newspaper quoted him as saying. The envoy emphasized that Saudi Arabia was interested in extending a helping hand because it feared that the wrangling among politicians could have serious repercussions for Pakistans interests and could be detrimental to its stability. Our main concern is to have a stable, safe and secure Pakistan, he said, adding that this Saudi policy had remained consistent over the years. He suggested that it was difficult for Saudi Arabia to remain indifferent to Pakistan and it was wrong to assume that Saudis didnt care about what happened here. The ambassador made it clear that his country did not have any favourites in Pakistani politics and said it had links with all the parties. We have relations with all the leaders for Pakistans sake and that is very important.