Relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arab
26th July 2021
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud, after the predictable solicitation of Shah Mehmood Qureshi and the release of Pakistani detainees, is expected to visit Pakistan on 27th July 2021. This visit appeals to high meetings between both states.
The Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia confirmed a get-together in May this year after consecutive requests of Shah Mehmood Qureshi, the affirmation turns out to be satisfied before long the bail of a Pakistani detainee from Saudi Arab with trivial crimes. This appearance has been guaranteed by the Saudi Crown Prince in his last visit to Pakistan in 2019.
There was progressing strain between the two nations. The strain emerged when Pakistan requested Saudi Arabs to bring a gathering meeting of OIC of Foreign Minister to examine the occupation of Indians in Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Special Assistant on the Middle East Tahir Ashrafi, revealed to Arab News, that Pakistan is expecting a one-day long visit from the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia and this visit will lead to collaboration and headway of reciprocal relations. The visit is normal some time or another one week from now. In the meantime, a Saudi Embassy official said Prince Faisal is planned to show up on Tuesday.
In May when Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Saudi Arabia he welcomed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The ruler concurred and said the Foreign Minister will visit with a designation to make plans for the sovereign visit. Arab News likewise affirmed the arrival.
The visit of the Crown Prince in 2019 was prominent in which practically worth $20 billion ventures were endorsed between the two states. The impending visit of Prince will be more centered on future collaboration between the 2 states.
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