April 29, 2021: Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have reaffirmed the resolve to further strengthen bilateral socio-economic, commercial, cultural and diplomatic relations.
The understanding came during a meeting between Minister for Economic Affairs Omar Ayub Khan and Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Saeed Al Malkiy in Islamabad on Wednesday.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed in detail the level of ongoing bilateral economic cooperation and agreed to further enhance the existing level of cooperation to the mutual benefit of the two countries.
Speaking on the occasion, Saudi Ambassador said his country is ready to play a stronger role in the economic development of Pakistan.
He appreciated the support of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia in all international and diplomatic issues and hoped that the two countries will come out of the current COVID-19 pandemic by taking all precautionary measures and successful roll-out of the vaccination process.
The Ambassador also appreciated the constructive and positive role of Pakistani workers in different sectors in the Kingdom.
The Minister congratulated the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the progress and new development plans of Saudi Arabia under the sagacious leadership of the Custodian of the two Holy Grand Mosques.