PM Imran tells Saudi Crown Prince…. Relations with S Arabia top priority


Staff Reporter


Prime Minister Imran Khan during a telephonic conversation with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stressed that developing relations with Saudi Arabia was a top priority for Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran telephoned the Saudi crown prince on Wednesday evening and offered his condolences on the demise of King Salman’s elder brother, Prince Bandar bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.
The premier described Saudi Arabia as a trustworthy friend of Pakistan and thanked the crown prince “for his efforts and support to Pakistan and its interests”.
The crown prince “praised the distinguished relations” between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, and lauded the efforts of the two countries in strengthening and developing these relations in diverse fields. He also expressed a keen interest of the Saudi leadership in supporting Pakistan in all fields.

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