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Saudi Arabia plans to invest heavily in Pakistan: Crown Prince

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has told prime minister-in-waiting Imran Khan that the kingdom was very much interested in investing heavily in a bid to strengthen its trade ties with Pakistan.




ISLAMABAD, Pakistan/RIYADH, Saudi Arabia: Prime minister-designate Imran Khan has been assured by the Saudi crown prince Muhammad Bin Salman (MBS) that the kingdom is very much interested in investing in Pakistan through strong economical ties.

The crown prince also congratulated Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on its victory in the July 25 election over a telephonic conversion, said a statement released by PTi on Tuesday.

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On the other hand, Imran Khan congratulated the Muhammad’s anti-corruption campaign in the kingdom.

“Just and productive governance can only be possible with end of corruption,” Khan said. “We will benefit from Saudi crown prince’s experience.”

The PTI chief said that bilateral ties between the two countries would further strengthened, adding that the leaders of both countries would also visit each other’s country soon in this regard.

This is third such contact between the leaders of the two allies in the last couple of days. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz had telephoned Khan on Monday and conveyed that the kingdom would always be at the forefront to help its oldest ally.



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