Pakistan wants to take its relations with Saudi Arabia to new heights: PM

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—Radio Pakistan


MADINA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has left for home after a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia.

He  was seen off by Governor Madina Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz at Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz International Airport Madina.

In his interaction with the governor, Nawaz Sharif said relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are time tested and they have grown with passage of time.

He said we highly value our relations with the Kingdom.

He said Pakistan wants to take its relations with Saudi Arabia to new heights.

The Governor said, his country highly regards the friendship with Pakistan. It is a brotherly country with religious background.

The governor also appreciated Pakistan’s role in fight against terrorism.

During his stay in Medina, the Prime Minister also paid respect at Masjid-e-Nabvi.

He offered Nawafil at Riaz ul Jannah and prayed for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan and the entire Muslim Ummah.

Earlier in Riyadh, the Prime Minister on the special invitation of Saudi King also attended US-Arab-Islamic Summit.—Radio Pakistan

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