Pakistan has called on Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to fully cooperate with U-N weapons inspectors to save his people from war.
In a statement today (Wednesday), Pakistani Prime Minister Zafarullah Kahn Jamali said the Iraqi leader must weigh all options to save Iraqis from what he called "death and destruction on an unprecedented scale."
The statement came shortly before U-S Secretary of State Colin Powell presented allegations to the U-N Security Council that Iraq is hiding banned weapons.
Pakistan became a new rotational member of the U-N Security Council last month for a two-year term. It does not have the veto power held by the permanent members.