ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and United States President Donald Trump are likely to hold their first-ever meeting in Saudi Arabia this week.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will arrive in Saudi Arabia on May 20 for the US-Arab-Islamic summit where several world leaders are participating from across the world.
According to reports, a meeting between Sharif and Trump has been planned, but a fixed date, time and agenda of the meeting are yet to be worked out.
In December last year, Trump made headlines in the Pakistani media after he reportedly held a telephonic conversation with PM Nawaz and called him a ‘terrific guy’.
According to a PM House press statement, Trump said he would love to visit the fantastic country [Pakistan], in apparent volte face to his critical remarks against Pakistan in 2012 via a tweet.