PM Imran Khan likely to visit two brotherly countries ahead of crucial China visit
ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan is likely to visit two brotherly countries ahead of crucial China visit.
He will depart for Saudi Arabia on Monday along with 16-member delegation comprising ministers and investors.
Three federal ministers and two state advisors will accompany PM.
After Saudi Arabia visit PM Khan is also scheduled to visit Malaysia and China. These visits have been scheduled amid economic crisis, in order to seek foreign investments.
Prime minister is invited on a special invitation of King Salman bin Abdul Aziz. Where he will take part in two-day Future Investment Initiative scheduled to be held on October 22 and 23.
On October 28, PM is likely to leave for Malaysia to hold meeting for strengthening Pak-Malaysia relations while on October 29 he will be back to Pakistan.