Saudi envoy calls on CM Punjab

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Ambassador of Saudi Arabia Nawaf Bin Saeed Ahmed Al-Malkiy called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office on Wednesday and discussed various matters including the signing of an MoU for bilateral trade’s promotion at Dubai Expo.

The CM disclosed that zero NOC policy was being introduced in special economic zones while Punjab was being developed as a business-friendly and risk-free province.

Similarly, a special desk is planed at CMO for the investors, he said. The CM appreciated that Saudi Arabia has always sided with Pakistan at every difficult moment while both countries are linked in the bonds of Islamic unity. We appreciate Saudi cooperation for the development of the country, he continued.

The Saudi ambassador invited CM Usman Buzdar to visit Saudi Arabia. CM Punjab accepted the invitation with thanks.

The Saudi ambassador appreciated the business-friendly atmosphere and steps taken for improving the social sector adding that Pakistanis are unique and friendly people while the country possesses an abundance of resources. The arrival of international tourists will further improve Pakistan’s image, he said.

The people have great love and affection for Saudi Arabia as both the countries are interlinked in a unique relation of brotherhood, he continued and further stated that both the countries have sided with each other like brothers. Chairman PITB and others were also present.

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