JEDDAH — Saudi Arabia and Pakistan signed on Friday two agreements and two memoranda of understanding to enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields.
The documents were signed during the visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan who arrived here on Friday evening on a three-day official visit heading a high-level delegation.
Both Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman and PM Imran Khan witnessed the signing of the agreements inked by the relevant ministers from both sides. Both the countries also signed an agreement to set up Supreme Coordination Council to strengthen the bilateral cooperation in multiple fields.
On Saturday, Pakistan PM Khan and his accompanying delegation arrived in Madinah to visit and pray at the Prophet’s Holy Mosque. At Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz International Airport, he was received by Madinah Governor Prince Faisal Bin Salman and a number of officials.
A joint statement was issued Saturday on the official visit…