Pak-KSA Ties


History vindicates that Pakistan has enjoyed warm relations with Saudi Arabia since the birth of the country in 1947. The relations are rooted in the centuries old religious, cultural and commercial links between the two peoples. Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have enjoyed deep rooted bilateral relations. The visit of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif vows to improve the ties that were strained during the regime of previous government. In diplomacy, the relations work two-way. Saudi Arabia, UAE and other members of GCC have certain security concerns which need to be addressed. Prime Minister during his visit will assure Saudi leadership of Pakistan’s steadfast support to security and integrity of the kingdom. There will also be discussions on furthering energy related cooperation between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. The leaders will also discuss economic cooperation as Pakistan’s economy needs support from friendly countries. There is no doubt both countries have long term diplomatic ties with Middle Eastern countries and especially with our brotherly country Saudi Arabia. Like any other premier, Shebaz Sharif has his utmost intention to build relations with KSA even stronger.  Islamabad and Riyadh are bounded by religious faith. Pakistan is facing energy crisis and will look for Saudi cooperation in this regard. The Saudi government always helped us in critical times being a sincere friend. The statement recently issued by Modi’s government has been rejected by both Pakistan and people of Kashmir. Pakistan stands on its principled position in supporting Kashmiri brethren politically, morally & diplomatically.

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