Chairman Senate discusses bilateral ties with Saudi Ambassador

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

02nd Apr, 2021. 03:04 pm
Chairman Senate

Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, called on Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani in Islamabad on Friday.

According to the details, during the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed ways and means to enhance bilateral cooperation and trade and investment between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

On the occasion, Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani also reaffirmed Pakistan’s desire to further strengthen amiable and fraternal ties with Saudi Arabia.

It merits mentioning here that last week, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a telephonic conversation also reaffirmed support to each other on national level through thick and thin.

The Prime Minister lauded the transformational “Green Saudi Initiative” and the “Green Middle East initiative” recently announced by the Crown Prince.

He also highlighted Pakistan’s “10 billion Tree Tsunami” initiative, which is underway in the whole country, and its potential dividends to restore ecosystem and to combat climate change.

The Prime Minister and the Crown Prince agreed to work together to further augment bilateral ties in all spheres. Both the leaders reaffirmed the resolve to further strengthening the strong, longstanding Pakistan-Saudi Arabia fraternal ties.

The Crown Prince inquired about the Prime Minister’s health and wished him speedy recovery.

The Crown Prince invited the Prime Minister to undertake a visit to Saudi Arabia in the near future. The Prime Minister graciously accepted the invitation.

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