PM Imran briefs Saudi crown prince on Kashmir situation

The premier is in KSA on two-day official visit

News Desk September 19, 2019
PM Imran KHan meets Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman in Jeddah on Thursday. PHOTO: PM HOUSE

Prime Minister Imran Khan, who reached Jeddah on a two-day official visit Thursday, has briefed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman on the prevailing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) since New Delhi revoked the valley's special status.

The occupied territory has since been under a strict government-imposed lockdown and communications blackout.

According to a statement issued by the PM House, issues of mutual interest and bilateral relations were discussed in the meeting.

He condemned the recent attacks on oil installations in KSA, which has cut the kingdom’s crude production, fanning fear of further instability in the Middle East.

PM Imran was received at the royal terminal in Jeddah by Makkah's Governor Khalid Bin Faisal al Saud.

He is accompanied by the first lady and an 11-member delegation that includes Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Adviser on Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.

Following consultations with the Saudi leadership, he will leave for New York to attend the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Separately, the prime minister also met Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz.

According to the Saudi Gazette, “close relations between the two brotherly countries as well as the latest regional and international situation” was reviewed.


Atsul Kalam | 3 years ago | Reply The most shocking part for me is that the Prince have a black color phone, yew, surprised they don't make golden phones what about custom gold phone, I am sure Trump also have one of those too. ;)
Bunny Rabbit | 3 years ago | Reply There are only two people who have the power to solve this Kashmir issue - one is India and one is Pak. Any one else is and will remain and outsider without much info on this subject. They will come more out of curiosity than any intention or ability to help .
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