Pakistan and Saudi Arabia Agree to $5 Billion Investment Package

Shehbaz Sharif the Prime Minister of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia has agreed to boost up the primary segment of a $5 billion investment bundle as a main step towards boosting their financial relationship.

Following their discussion Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Prime Minister Sharif issued a joint announcement reaffirming the Kingdom’s dedication to rushing up its $5 billion investment in Pakistan.

Discussions about bilateral relations and shared interests were held at the meeting which was held over an Iftar supper. Sincere congratulations and best wishes for Shehbaz Sharif’s second term as top minister have been given by way of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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Prime Minister Sharif welcomed them back and conveyed his appreciation for Saudi Arabia’s hospitality and aid. He highlighted Islamabad’s commitment to fostering monetary cooperation and bilateral relations.

Two of the meeting’s main agenda items were to deepen the long-standing relationship between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan and to enhance cooperation across numerous sectors.

Pakistan’s economy benefits greatly from Saudi Arabia’s assistance and Prime Minister Sharif acknowledged that both countries want to increase trade and investment.

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Both leaders also discussed foreign matters specifically the situation in Gaza. They demanded that the world take coordinated action to stop Israeli military operations in the area.

The Kashmir problem was also discussed and both presidents emphasized the value of communication in addressing remaining problems.

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Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman showed his continuous dedication to promoting stronger relations between the two countries when he graciously accepted Shehbaz Sharif’s offer to visit Pakistan as soon as possible.