Pakistan and Saudi Arabia inch closer on diplomatic front
Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Tuesday (today) held a telephonic conversation with Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Chairman of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage.
During the phone call, Pakistan link and Saudi Arabia have expressed the commitment to strengthen bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest.
The Prime Minister assured support and cooperation for the Foundation in pursuit of its noble mission.
He also conveyed warm sentiments for the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman and the fraternal Saudi people.
Prince Salman conveyed condolences over the sad demise Late Chairman of Sultana Foundation Naeem Ghani.
The Prime Minister and His Royal Highness also reaffirmed longstanding, and time-tested ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and the shared commitment to strengthen bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest.
Moreover, PM Imran praised the Foundation’s philanthropic ideology which is aimed at socio-economic welfare of the vulnerable segments of the society.
He, however, also lauded his selfless devotion to the foundation.