China, Saudi Arabia agree to boost ties in diverse sectors


—Radio Pakistan

BEIJING: China and Saudi Arabia have signed fourteen cooperation agreements worth sixty-five billion dollars.

The agreements were signed during the visit of King Salman of Saudi Arabia to Beijing.

The Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister told media that the agreements covered investments, science, infrastructure, energy, space and a number of others sectors.

Earlier President Xi Jinping and King Salman held a meeting in Beijing and discussed bilateral cooperation, as well as a number of international issues, including countering terrorism, Israeli-Palestinian conflict and situation in Syria and Yemen.—Radio Pakistan