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Saudi Crown Prince will visit Pakistan, says Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Saudi Crown Prince will visit Pakistan, says Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Saudi Crown Prince will visit Pakistan, says Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Saudi Crown Prince will visit Pakistan, says Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud will visit Pakistan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated on Friday, and “is anxious to invest in numerous initiatives in the nation, including an oil refinery.”

The Prime Minister discussed his recent trip to Saudi Arabia at the passing out parade of the Specialised Training Programme (STP) at the National Police Academy in Islamabad.

Prime Minister Shahbaz has arrived in Saudi Arabia for a two-day official visit.

“During my visit, I met a delegation of the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD), and they enquired about the progress on projects conducted by them in recent years,” he said.

“Several years ago, SFD announced a grant for the construction of a hospital, but little progress was made on the proposal.”

He complained that the project’s paperwork “were gathering dust,” despite the fact that he had requested Saudi Arabian officials for two days to remedy the issue.

“Even after many years, the processes and approvals for it were not finished,” he bemoaned.

He said that within two days, the Pakistan delegation in Saudi Arabia obtained all project clearances and processes were finished.

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Pakistan postponed work on the hospital, which would have benefited the country, he claimed.

“I apologised to Muhammad Bin Salman, and he called Pakistanis his brothers and stated he will make every effort to improve Pakistan,” the PM remarked.

“He offered to invest in many Pakistani programmes, including an oil refinery, which he originally discussed with Pakistan in 2019, but no follow-up was done.”

According to the Prime Minister, the refinery will cost between $10 billion and $12 billion to build. He underlined Pakistan’s efforts to establish solar power systems.

PM Shahbaz will travel to China on November 1st.

He went on to say that China and Saudi Arabia have always stood with Pakistan in its hour of need.

PM Shehbaz will travel to China on November 1 with Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

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