Saudi Arabia and Pakistan decide to increase their collaboration in a number of areas.

PM Shehbaz Sharif and Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, met in Riyadh and came to an agreement.

Following their earlier meeting in Makkah, the two leaders conveyed their pleasure with the decisions made thus far.

The Saudi Foreign Minister led a high-level group that Mohammed bin Salman recently sent to Pakistan, and Shehbaz Sharif congratulated him for it.

His admiration for the Crown Prince’s desire to increase investment in a variety of sectors by sending additional delegations to Pakistan was evident.

A topic of discussion during the conference was the situation in Gaza.

Continue reading: PM Shehbaz said that economic relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have entered a “new era.”

Before, Saudi Arabia demonstrated a strong interest in finding methods to deepen the two nations’ economic ties. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif acknowledged this concern.

During his discussions with the Saudi Arabian Ministers of Environment, Water, and Agriculture as well as Energy, Economy, and Planning, he made these statements outside the World Economic Forum Special Meeting in Riyadh.

The Prime Minister outlined the steps the Pakistani government has made to expedite and simplify procedures for investments in the country’s energy industry during their meeting with the Saudi Energy Minister.

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