Saudi Foreign Minister Royal Prince Faisal Container Farhan Al Saud will visit Pakistan on Tuesday to review reciprocal ties as well as “regional and also international issues” with his Pakistani counterpart, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the Foreign Office (FO) stated on Monday.
” Both foreign ministers will exchange sights on the whole gamut of Pak-Saudi connections, and also local as well as worldwide issues,” the FO tweeted, including that the Saudi official will likewise contact other dignitaries during his visit.
According to Radio Pakistan, Prince Faisal will certainly be accompanied by a delegation comprising senior authorities of the Saudi federal government.
The state broadcaster quoted FO spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri as claiming that Pakistan and also Saudi Arabia have “long-standing and also historic fraternal relationships, rooted deep in common faith, shared background as well as shared support.”
” The partnership is marked by close teamwork in all areas and also common partnership on regional as well as worldwide issues,” he included.
Chaudhri likewise highlighted that Saudi Arabia, as a member of the Organisation of Islamic Teamwork’s Get in touch with Team on Kashmir, had “steadfastly sustained the Kashmir reason”.
He explained the” regular high-level sees” by Saudi authorities as “an essential function of the partnership that serves to additional grow and also widen the partnership [in between Pakistan as well as Saudi Arabia] in myriad dimensions”.
Read Also :Gaming workers gratuity
The Saudi FM’s browse through comes about a week after 62 Pakistani prisoners were repatriated from Saudi Arabia using an unique flight.
According to an earlier report, the prisoners were revived home after Head of state Imran Khan stepped in and arranged funds for their repatriation.
“On my guidelines, funds were prepared & an unique trip revived 62 prisoners from KSA today, so they could be back with their family members for Eid,” the head of state had tweeted, introducing the prisoners’ return.
Earlier in Might, after that special assistant to the head of state on abroad Pakistanis had revealed that Islamabad as well as Saudi Arabia had actually signed an offer to repatriate over 2,000 Pakistani detainees rotting in Saudi Arabia’s prisons. A Dawn record had stated at the time it showed up that the contract the PM aide was talking about was signed during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s check out to Saudi Arabia in the same month.
Furthermore, the federal government had introduced last month the schedule of $1.5 billion Saudi oil center per year.