Pak-Saudi Relations to strengthen, says Saudi Ambassador
Islamabad, 21st December: Relationship between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia has started to normalize after the Saudi ambassador met with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
According to the report of Baaghi TV, Saudi Ambassador Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki has met Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday.
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Minister and the Saudi Ambassador reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthen Pak-Saudi relations. The situation arising due to the coronavirus pandemic was discussed during the meeting. The Prime
The Saudi Ambassador said that the Kingdom has never left Pakistan alone before and will never leave it in the future. He considered Pakistan as his home and would continue to play his role for development.
He said, “Our relations are based on mutual trust. We want to further expand our fraternal relations. We are committed to working with Pakistan and its people.”
Earlier on December 15, the Saudi ambassador had a meeting with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on regional security. During the discussion, Pak-Saudi defence relations were also discussed.
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