Pakistan’s Information Minister praised Saudi Arabia for sharing a common vision positive relations. A united stance will be adopted by Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in the future said Pakistan’s information minister Fawad Chaudhry in an interview to a Saudi TV channel.
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Pakistan’s information minister, Fawad Chaudhry said that PM Imran Khan’s visits to Saudi Arabia have strengthened relations between the two sides. “Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have positive ties, hence positivity is being portrayed in the media,” Fawad added.
The minister expressed his views on tourism sector by saying “Pakistan has the world’s highest snow peaks, seas, and natural beauty”, hence people of the Arab countries come to Pakistan instead of going to Europe for tourism. He also said that Pakistani citizens support the vision of the Saudi crown prince
The minister said that PM Imran Khan wants to build Pakistan on the model of Madinah, and that “a united stance will be adopted by Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in the future.”
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is all set to visit Pakistan on February 17-18, the Foreign Office. “The visit programme (itinerary) remains unchanged,” the Foreign Office statement added. Earlier, he was expected to arrive on February 16. The media was informed about the preparations which have been finalised to give an “unprecedented warm welcome” to the visiting dignitary, who will be received personally by PM Imran Khan and his cabinet members at the Nur Khan Airbase.
Prince Mohammad, who is also the deputy prime minister and minister of defence of the kingdom, will be conferred with Nishan-e-Pakistan, the highest civilian award of Pakistan.
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