SAUDIA

SAUDI ARAB SEEKS PAKISTANI SUPPORT FOR TRAINING TO ARMED FORCES

Islamabad (Staff Reporter)“Building on a solid legacy, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are progressing towards a comprehensive defence relationship for the twenty-first century.”

          This was stated by Minister for Defence Khurram Dastgir Khan while welcoming Saudi Deputy Defence Minister Mohammad bin Abdullah Al-Aysh, who called on him at the Ministry of Defence.

SAUDI ARABIA WARNS OF SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES OF IRRESPONSIBLE & UNWARRANTED STEP TAKEN BY U.S PRESIDENT ON JERUSALEM

Islamabad(Staff Reporter)The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia followed, with great disappointment, the announcement made by the President of the United States Donald Trump, recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and relocating the United States’ embassy to Jerusalem.

COALITION FOR SUPPORT OF LEGITIMACY IN YEMEN AFFIRMS CONFIDENCE IN THE INITIATIVE OF PEOPLE CONGRESS PARTY

Islamabad(Staff Reporter)The leadership of the Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen asserts that it is closely monitoring the recent wrangling of different coup parties in Sana'a and all provinces of Yemen, which clearly show the pressure exerted by the Houthi militias of Iran who controlled the decisions and fate of the Yemeni people by force of arms, which led to the explosion of the situation between the coup parties.

Holy Artefacts, Ghilaaf-e-Kaba and Parda Baab-ul-Kaba Exhibited by Saudi Embassy at Centaurus

Islamabad (Staff Reporter)The Centaurus Mall, for the first time ever is honored to exhibit Holy Artefacts, Ghilaaf-e-Kaba and Parda Baab-ul-Kaba with the Embassy of Saudi Arabia. This religious exhibition is a first ever venture in Pakistan and The Centaurus claims the honor of being the Pioneer. This ten days exhibition would display the holy “Parda Bab-ul-Kaba” from the Kingdom of Saudi Arab for the people of Pakistan.

SAUDI AMBASSADOR CALLS ON PM ABBASI

Islamabad, Sep 28 (Staff Reporter+APP): Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Thursday said that Pakistan offered attractive investment and liberal foreign exchange regime that guaranteed equal treatment to foreign and domestic investors and one window operation.

SAUDI AMBASSADOR WISHES GOOD RELATIONS BETWEEN ARMY & GOVERNMENT DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH PTV

Islamabad(Monitoring Desk) Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan H.E Mr. Nawaf Al-Maliki has said that their country will see in the future to invest in Gawadar. We wish good relations between Army and Government. There are a lot of common things between the two countries. We can enhance our cooperation in military, business, CPEC and Gawadar Port.

New Saudi Crown Prince: Implications for Iran and Pakistan

Fatima Raza - So the Kingdom shall have a new crown prince. Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, the 51 year old nephew of King Salman has been replaced by King’s heir, Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Commonly known in the West as MBS or ‘Mr. Everything’ Prince Mohammed already holds important offices such as defense and oil ministry at the young age of just 31. Apart from putting to rest all doubts about the future vision for the Kingdom, what does his anointment mean for the regional countries like Iran in particular?

NAWAZ & RAHEEL'S GULF MISSION COINCIDED WITH CHINESE PRESIDENT'S VISIT TO IRAN - DIPLOMATS, ANALYSTS, POLITICIANS LOOKING FORWARD TO POSITIVE RESULTS

Islamabad (Editor Desk+APP)A number of leading former diplomats and analysts have termed the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to Saudi Arabia and Iran on Monday aimed at diffusing the prevailing tension between the Muslim countries as a `bold initiative' considering the unity and solidarity of the Muslim Ummah and the whole region.

MISSING PAKISTANIS WOULD BE TRACED - SAUDI MINISTER ASSURES GOV OF PAKISTAN

Islamabad - Federal Minister for Finance, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar who was on a short official visit to Saudi Arabia met in Riyadh the team nominated by His Majesty, Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, King  Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud. The team was led by Saudi Minister, Dr. Musaad Ali Alaiban.

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