ISLAMABAD: A Saudi Arabian group, comprising ministers and heads of various divisions, will visit Pakistan by the end of this month for exploring business prospects and investment opportunities in the country.
“There is no secret that one board is coming from KSA, comprising different ministries, and Saudi ministry of commerce, to exchange ideas relating to investment opportunities in Pakistan in various projects like CPEC,Gawadar Port” he said, giving some details of the visit.
The Saudi ambassador termed the developing scenario of bilateral ties as a “good news” for both as they will jointly move ahead.
“These groups are coming and will stay together to see how the two sides can further strengthen bilateral relations and to enhance mutual cooperation in different fields including economy and energy sector,” said the ambassador, while elaborating the areas of bilateral interests.
Ambassador Nawaf, highlighting the defence cooperation, said a number of cadets from Saudi Arabia are under training at PMA Kakul, PAF Academy Risalpur and Naval Academy Karachi.
On recent initiatives taken by the Saudi Crown Prince regarding economic reforms and anti-corruption campaign in KSA, the ambassador noted that the country will definitely opt for a better outlook, particularly with respect to KSA Vision 2030.
He said, “Now these ties have been reshaped into cooperation in economy, education, culture, sports and in many other fields, and Inshallah Pak-Saudia will strive to act and become as ‘one body’.”