Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are most significant nations of the Muslim world: Imam-e-Kaaba

Dr Saleh Bin Humaid leaves Islamabad for Saudi Arabia after completing his three-day visit

News Desk October 27, 2017
Imam-e-Kaaba Dr Saleh Bin Humaid in a meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at the PM's Office in Islamabad on 25th October, 2017. PHOTO: PID

Imam-e-Kaaba Dr Saleh Bin Humaid has said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are two most significant nations of the Muslim world, Express News reported on Friday.

The Imam-e-Kaaba expressed these remarks at the conclusion of his three-day tour to Pakistan during which he was invited to attend the opening session of the federal cabinet as a special guest by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.

Talking to media at the Islamabad airport, Dr Humaid said he received immense love from Pakistanis during his tour. He also expressed his pleasure for meeting with PM Abbasi and members of the federal cabinet.

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Federal Minister for Communications Dr Hafiz Abdul Kareem and the acting Saudi ambassador accompanied Dr Humaid at the Islamabad airport as the latter embarked on a Saudi-bound flight.

On the occasion, the communications minister said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia enjoy strong brotherly relations and the visit by Imam-e-Kaaba will further strengthen relations between the two countries.


Baba | 5 years ago | Reply What business (none) does the PM has to meet this man? He should be hanging out with Maulana diesel! ignorance breeding ignorance.
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