Prime Minister Imran Khan in is recent interview to Saudi Gazette said that Crown Prince Muhammad bin Slman’s visit will further strengthen the bilateral and political relations of the country adding that multiple contracts are expected to be signed between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia during MbS’ visit. Muhammad bin Salman arrived in Pakistan for two-day long visit on Sunday (Feb 17).
“The visit of the Crown Prince is a manifestation of the strength of this relationship. First, Crown Prince’s visit will strengthen the diplomatic support of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan and will reinforce our relations. Second, I am confident that the economic relations of the two countries will be further expanded by identifying new avenues of investment and as well as Joint Ventures between the two countries. Third, it would further our mutual trust and strong historical relations,” the premier said.
“[The] visit will go a long way in laying a foundation of strategic and economic relations that has been the hallmark of our two brotherly countries. The generous deposit of $3 billion and supply of oil on deferred payment is reflective of the desire of the Kingdom to see a strong, vibrant and prosperous Pakistan,” Khan said,
“Pakistan would like to develop an economic and cultural corridor with Saudi Arabia to further expand the bilateral relations. Our relations with Saudi Arabia are not based on the exigencies of time but are time-tested.
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17 July, 2019