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DiplomaticQuarter: Pakistan envoy, Tabuk governor discuss bilateral ties

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Arab News
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Thu, 2021-06-17 01:16

RIYADH: Ambassador of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia Bilal Akbar called on Tabuk Gov. Prince Fahd bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz to discuss ways of enhancing cooperation between the two countries.

Prince Fahd received Akbar and his accompanying delegation at his office in Tabuk.

The governor praised the depth of relations between the two countries, while the ambassador expressed his appreciation for the hospitality and lauded the development work under way in the region.

Earlier, the Pakistani ambassador met Abbas bin Ahmed Hadi, chairman of the Saudi-Pakistani Parliamentary Friendship Committee of the Shoura Council, in Riyadh.

During the meeting, they discussed several issues of common interest, especially the relations between the two parliamentary bodies and ways of advancing the efforts of the committees in both countries.

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia share long-standing and historic relations, rooted in common faith, shared history and mutual support.

Last month, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan visited the Kingdom on a two-day tour upon an official invitation from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. During the visit, the two leaders held talks to discuss ways of strengthening bilateral relations.

In a joint statement, the two sides said they reviewed regional and international issues and examined ways of expanding cooperation to serve the mutual interests of both countries.

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