Pakistan-KSA vows for stronger bond in bilateral relations

By Staff Reporter
Friday – December 11, 2020
ISLAMABAD: The foreign minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi in his meeting with Saudi Arabian ambassador Nawaf Al-Maliki recalled, Thursday, his recent meeting and fruitful exchange of views with Saudi FM prince Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud on the sidelines of 47th session of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) council of foreign ministers (CFM) in Niamey (Niger) in November.

According to a press release, the FM received the ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), to Pakistan, Al-Maliki in federal capital.

FM Qureshi appreciated Saudi support for Pakistan-sponsored and unanimously adopted OIC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir dispute and Islamophobia, as well as the strong “Niamey Declaration” issued by the OIC-CFM.

He underlined Pakistan’s strong bonds of amity and brotherhood with Saudi Arabia and reaffirmed the resolve to further deepen and diversify bilateral ties.

FM Qureshi appreciated Saudi Arabia’s consistent support to Pakistan bilaterally, as well as at international forums.

He hoped the two countries will continue to enhance their cooperation and work closely on all issues of mutual interest.

The Saudi ambassador Al-Maliki reciprocated the commitment to enhance bilateral cooperation in diverse fields.

He also discussed ways to strengthen and intensify mutual engagement at high level between the two countries.