Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid hinted at a large number of jobs for Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia needs 10 million manpower, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s welcome to Prime Minister Imran Khan is a message, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said. I hinted at a large number of jobs. According to details, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has said that Saudi Arabia needs 10 million manpower.
He said in his statement that Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman himself received Prime Minister Imran Khan, which is a message. According to sources, Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan have signed an agreement to establish a Saudi-Pakistani Supreme Coordination Council to coordinate and coordinate cooperation and relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Are Earlier, Pakistan’s cabinet had approved the formation of the council two days ago. The purpose of this council is to improve and smooth the bilateral cooperation between the two countries so that the obstacles in the way of investment agreements reached during the visit of the Saudi Crown Prince to Pakistan in February 2019 can be removed. According to the Saudi state news agency Saudi Press Agency (SPA), representatives of the two countries have signed a memorandum to stop the smuggling of illegal drugs, modern narcotics and their chemicals.
According to the SPA, during the meeting between Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, they reaffirmed the depth of relations between the two brotherly countries and sought to expand and intensify aspects of bilateral cooperation and coordination. He emphasized the importance of enhancing them in various fields. In addition, the two sides discussed issues of common interest in the regional and international arenas in a way that would support and expand security and stability.
Could find for his part, the Pakistani Prime Minister lauded the positive role of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in promoting the Islamic unity of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and in resolving the issues facing the Islamic nations. He also appreciated Saudi Arabia’s efforts for regional and international peace and security. The two sides exchanged views on investment opportunities in the light of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and development priorities in Pakistan and through them economic and trade ties between the two countries. Discussed ways to enhance and strengthen the relationship.