Anticipated visit: Saudi foreign minister arrives in Islamabad

Bilateral cooperation, US-Taliban dialogue process on the agenda for Saud al Faisal's official visit.

Web Desk January 06, 2014
Foreign minister Saud al Faisal. PHOTO:AFP

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al Faisal arrived in Islamabad on Monday for an official visit, Express News reported. 

The foreign minister is in Pakistan for a two-day official visit, during which he will meet with Pakistani leaders to discuss bilateral cooperation between the two countries, reported Radio Pakistan.

At the top of the agenda is suspension of the US-Taliban dialogue process for reconciliation. Also on the agenda is the future of Afghanistan once foreign troops withdraw later in 2014.

A Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the visit is part of a larger policy of Pakistan to strengthen ties with Muslim countries.


asif | 8 years ago | Reply

Imtiaz I hope you are joking. If not, you need to have your head examined.

Imitiaz | 8 years ago | Reply

Saudi are very generous people and hold Pakistan very dear to them like their own child. The guest represent the holiest land people and must be accorded the highest respect and dignity. Had there been no Arabs,there would not have been Islam, Pakistan and the reward of this and after life. Use this opportunity to ask soical, religious, financial concession reminding him of the ancestral bonds with Arab people.

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