PM Imran Khan visit to Saudi Arabia would be of great importance and result orientated: Saudi advisor

PM Imran Khan visit to Saudi Arabia would be of great importance and result orientated: Saudi advisor

ISLAMABAD - Adviser to Saudi Minister for Information Faheem Bin Hamid Al-Hamid Tuesday said Saudi Arabia and Pakistan were enjoying brotherly, historical relations and the visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Saudi had great importance and would be result-oriented.

Talking to PTV, he said the Saudi Arabia and Pakistan ties were like one soul and two hearts. The first foreign visit of the Pakistani prime minister would give message of love, peace and affection, he added.

He said Imran Khan with the company of competent team including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Finance Minister Asad Umar and Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain would make the visit to Saudi Arabia successful.

He said Imran Khan had brought the message of love and support for Saudi Arabia and would meet the Crown Prince, the Custodian of Two Holy Mosques and speak with his heart. The bilateral visit would focus on cooperation and coordination as Saudi Arabia was leader of the Muslim countries. “Saudi Arabia and Pakistan would work to project real Islam to the world,” he stated.

He said the visit would help in further strengthening the bilateral, brotherly, strategic and economic relations.

Both the countries were ready to work together under 2030 Vision which was a game changer for Saudi Arabia, Middle East and the Muslim countries, he added.

To a question, he said Pakistan had huge potential of mineral resources and others, but stability was required for a prosperous Pakistan.

He said there were great investment opportunities in Pakistan, and added the Pakistani community was playing important role in the development of Saudi Arabia.

He said during the visit the national flags of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan would be hoisted in the streets of Jeddah.

To another question, he said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia wanted peace in Afghanistan adding Pakistan and Afghanistan had suffered a lot in the war on terror.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) should support Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to help tackle all the issues facing the Muslim countries, he added. - APP