Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif went on a diplomatic mission to Saudi Arabia. He went for a World Economic Forum meeting

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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif went on a diplomatic mission to Saudi Arabia. He went for a World Economic Forum meeting

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's Diplomatic Mission to Saudi Arabia for World Economic Forum Meeting

Upon reaching Riyadh Royal Airport, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his delegation got a warm welcome. Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister Waleed Al Khareeji personally greeted them. He was with Pakistan's ambassador to KSA and embassy officials.
The Prime Minister is on this crucial visit. Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar and Finance Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb with him. They increase Pakistan's representation at the international forum.

Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia. He sent the prestigious invitation to the WEF meeting. He sent it with WEF Founder and Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab. This shows how important Pakistan's participation is.

At the WEF, diplomats will discuss key topics. These include trade and investment. They will also talk about making new investment rules. They will talk about changing supply chains. They will also talk about green growth and the evolving energy landscape.

Pakistan has critical priorities. They include its role in global health. Also, it pursues inclusive growth. It revives regional collaboration. It also balances fostering growth and managing energy. The forum will highlight them. They are the priorities.

Prime Minister Shehbaz and his delegation will meet with many world leaders. This includes the Saudi leaders. It also includes heads of international groups and key figures at the event. We expect about 1,000 leaders from business, government, and academia to attend. It's the Special Meeting on Global Collaboration, Growth, and Energy for Development. The WEF declared this.

This is Prime Minister Shehbaz's second visit to Saudi Arabia in April alone. It shows the depth and importance of Pakistan-Saudi relations. In an earlier visit, he had real talks with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. They focused on their ties and shared interests.

The exchange ended in a gracious Iftar gathering. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hosted it at Al-Safa Palace in Makkah. It fostered more goodwill between the two nations. After the Iftar, Prime Minister Shehbaz met one-on-one with the Saudi crown prince. He conveyed heartfelt wishes for the health of King Salman.

Both leaders praised the lasting ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. They pledged to strengthen these ties and to foster cooperation.

The visit strengthened the economic partnership. A high-level Saudi delegation visited Pakistan. Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud headed it. The visit was part of Riyadh's commitment to improving cooperation. It was to foster a beneficial economic relationship. The visit aimed to speed up the deals made in the recent meeting. The meeting was between Prime Minister Shehbaz and the Saudi crown prince in Makkah. It aimed to build on the good trend in bilateral relations.

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