Pakistani Prime Minister: HRH Crown Prince’s Visit Reflects Strong Relations between the Two Countries
Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has lauded a visit being paid by His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Vice President of the Council of Ministers, Minister of Defense, to Pakistan, affirming that the visit reflects strong relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Pakistan.
In a press statement circulated by the Pakistani official media outlets, the Pakistani Prime Minister asserted that HRH Crown Prince's visit will consolidate bilateral relations between Riyadh and Islamabad. He affirmed that this visit will move the relations into strong economic partnership.
"The investments accompanied HRH the Crown Prince's visit will be the biggest investments in the history of Pakistan," he said, pointing out that a number of memorandums of understanding will be signed for cooperation between the two countries, including an establishment of an oil refinery at Gwadar Port with a Saudi investment.
The Pakistani Prime Minister has hailed identical views between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan with regard to regional and international issues, adding that the two countries will enhance effectively the diplomatic cooperation to support the regional and global security and to solve the long-standing conflicts, including Palestinian Cause and Kashmir issue as well as a peace process in Afghanistan.
Source: Saudi Press Agency