- PM Imran Khan expresses hope that Pakistani prisoners in Saudia Arabia can be repatriated to Pakistan.
- Praises management function of Abdulaziz Al Saud in selling Islamic unity.
- Lauds Saudi management for the current “monetary budgetary help prolonged to Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday emphasised the need for additional strengthening people-to-people linkages, an announcement issued by the Prime Minister’s Workplace mentioned.
Throughout a gathering with Saudia Arabia Minister of Inside Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, PM Imran Khan famous the conclusion of the settlement on the switch of offenders between the 2 nations.
The premier expressed hope that numerous Pakistani prisoners in Saudia Arabia can be repatriated to Pakistan by this framework.
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PM Imran Khan praised the management function of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in selling Islamic unity, and acknowledged the endeavours of Saudia Arabia for peace and safety within the area and past.
He additionally lauded the imaginative and prescient of Prince Mohammad bin Salman for Saudia Arabia’s progress and prosperity and his invaluable contribution to the abiding fraternal relations between Pakistan and Saudia Arabia.
PM Imran Khan significantly thanked the Kingdom for its steadfast help to Pakistan, “especially in challenging times”. He thanked the Saudi management for the current “financial budgetary support extended to Pakistan.”
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Condemning the Houthi militia assaults focused in the direction of Saudia Arabia, the premier reaffirmed Pakistan’s full help for the Kingdom’s safety, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Talking on the event, Prince Abdulaziz conveyed cordial greetings of the Crown Prince to the Prime Minister and reaffirmed the shut fraternal relations between Pakistan and Saudia Arabia.
He additionally acknowledged the constructive contribution of Pakistanis within the improvement of the Kingdom and reiterated the resolve to work carefully with the Pakistan facet on all issues relating to his ministry.
“Pakistan and Saudia Arabia are bound in a fraternal relationship marked by mutual trust and understanding, close cooperation, and an abiding tradition of supporting each other,” the assertion added.