Saudi Arabia seeks Pakistan’s support in defence production

Government of PakistanSaudi Arabia seeks Pakistan’s support in defence production

RAWALPINDI Pakistan: The Saudi Assistant Defence Minister Engr. Talat Abdullah Alotaibi along with a delegation met the Minister for Defence Khawaja Muhammad Asif at the Ministry of Defence in Rawalpindi on Wednesday.

Talking to the delegation, Khawaja Asif expressed good wishes and prayers for health and prosperity of the custodian of the two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz.


The minister said that building on a solid legacy, Pakistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are progressing towards a comprehensive defence relationship for the 21st century.

Khawaja Asif proposed an all-encompassing strategic cooperation agreement to deepen defence ties between the two Countries.

The Saudi assistant defence minister said that Saudi Arabia seeks Pakistan’s support in the field of defence production and to enhance defence related collaborations.

The Secretary Defence Lt. General (retd) Hamood Uz Zaman Khan was also present during the meeting.

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