- Saudi FM-led delegation will maintain talks between President Arif Alvi, PM Imran Khan, and International Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
- The go to will happen inside a fortnight.
- The officers may even contact upon the institution of an oil refinery in Pakistan in the course of the bilateral discussions.
ISLAMABAD: A high-level Saudi delegation led by the dominion’s international minister is scheduled to go to Pakistan this month, The Information reported, citing well-placed sources on Sunday.
Based on particulars, the go to will happen inside a fortnight. Saudi International Minister Faisal bin Farhan will maintain talks with President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan, and International Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi throughout his official go to.
He will likely be accompanied by the dominion’s Minister of Vitality Abdulaziz bin Salman and a staff of Saudi businessmen and firms’ heads.
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Reportedly, the officers may even contact upon the institution of an oil refinery in Pakistan throughout bilateral discussions.
The sources revealed that the scheduled Saudi go to was sending optimistic vibes with regard to mending ties between Pakistan and the dominion that have been broken following Islamabad’s demand to name an Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) assembly on the Kashmir subject.