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September 13, 2018
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PM Imran Khan to visit Saudi Arabia next week: report

ISLAMABAD: PTI chairman Imran Khan is likely to make his first foreign visit as Prime Minister of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia next week, Geo News reported. 

Quoting sources Geo reported that Foreign Affairs Ministry is making preparations for the prime minister's visit to the Kingdom in coordination with Saudi officials.

The visit comes two days after Saudi Information Minister visited Pakistan and met with Prime Minister Khan and other top civil and military officials. 

In a telephonic call on August 12, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz had congratulated PM Imran on his victory in the July 25 parliamentary elections. 

The king told Imran that Pakistan was an important ally of Saudi Arabia and the kingdom wants a close relationship with the South Asian country.

Khan thanked King Salman and said Saudi Arabia had always supported Pakistan in its difficult times.

In addition, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman also expressed the Kingdom's interest in investing heavily in a bid to strengthen its trade ties with Pakistan.

In the recent past, Prime Minister Imran said that bilateral ties between the two countries would be further strengthened, adding that the leaders of both countries would also visit each other’s country soon in this regard.

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