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Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has, in a meeting with Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Bin Saad Al-Maliki
Published Date :
Aug 5,2019

Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has, in a meeting with Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Bin Saad Al-Maliki, discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and other important regional and international issues. The Saudi Ambassador felicitated the Chairman Senate on his success during the process of the no-confidence motion against him in the Upper House of the Parliament. Chairman Senate remarked that the Upper House can play a vital role in enhancing the relationship between both countries and said that Pakistan highly regards its relationship with Saudi Arabia and intends to take it even further in all areas of cooperation.

Chairman Senate observed that there is vast potential of investment in Pakistan and Saudi investors and business can effectively utilize this opportunity. He also expressed his gratitude to Crown Prince on behalf of people of Pakistan and especially Balochistan for taking interest in investing in the country particularly in Balochistan.

 

Regarding the ongoing tensions in Indian Occupied Kashmir, Chairman Senate said that the ongoing Indian atrocities have exposed the true face of India and it is the collective responsibility of Muslim countries to raise their voice against inhumane Indian aggression. He stressed upon the need of raising the voice of innocent Kashmiris globally through OIC. He said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have always called for peaceful resolution of disputes at all international fora. The Ambassador agreed with the views of Chairman Senate and said that Pakistan is an important country in the region and negotiations are the only way out to solve disputes.

                                                                       

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