The two met separately in Riyadh to discuss all aspects of their bilateral relationships, as was mentioned on Wednesday.
“We agreed to upgrade and enhance bilateral ties and fraternal bonds between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to new heights in line with the requirements of [the] changing world. I told [the crown prince] people of Pakistan are eagerly looking forward to his visit,” he continued.
The two leaders, as reported by the sources, reiterated their dedication to enhancing the friendship between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
According to the article, the prime minister thanked the Saudi leadership for helping Pakistan during the recent terrible floods, especially for constructing the air link connecting Riyadh and Islamabad to deliver aid to flood-affected areas.
According to the article, the Saudi crown prince described the brotherly connections between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan as being crucial for the two nations as well as for the region and the entire world.
The prime minister later conducted Umrah at Makkah’s Grand Mosque with his accompanying entourage. According to the official broadcaster, PM Shehbaz “prayed for the peace and prosperity of Pakistan as well as the Muslim ummah.”
When PM Shehbaz arrived in Riyadh on Monday, Prince Faisal Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud met him at the airport. The minister of finance Ishaq Dar, the defense minister Khawaja Asif, the information minister Marriyum Aurangzeb, and other officials are with the prime minister.
He spoke at the Future Investment Initiative Summit on Monday in Riyadh and declared that Pakistan was “ripe for market innovation” and that it was prepared to approach prospective buyers for the benefit of its subsequent generations.