Saudi Ambassador, Prime Minister Shehbaz discuss bilateral ties

ISLAMABAD, APRIL 18 /DNA/ – Nawaf Saeed Al Malkiy, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, visited Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.

The Ambassador expressed his congratulations on his election as Prime Minister and reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s willingness to further strengthen bilateral relations.

The Prime Minister recalled his recent conversation with HRH the Crown Prince and said they agreed to work together to take Pakistani-Saudi relations to new heights.

The Prime Minister requested that his cordial greetings be conveyed to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques His Majesty King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and His Royal Highness Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman.

The Prime Minister hailed the Saudi leadership’s vision to transform the country in a remarkable way.

The Prime Minister thanked the Saudi Ambassador and appreciated the important role of HE Al Malkiy in strengthening Pakistani-Saudi relations.

The Prime Minister also praised the contribution of the Pakistani community working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the progress and development of the two countries. He thanked the Saudi leadership and government for looking after their well-being and livelihoods.

In conclusion, the Prime Minister affirmed that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia enjoy brotherly relations, characterized by mutual trust, close cooperation and commonality of views on all issues of common concern. He underscored his government’s commitment to advancing these historic and long-standing relationships by exploring new avenues of cooperation.

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