Saudi delegation reaches Pakistan to review arrangements ahead of Crown Prince’s visit

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: A six-member delegation from Saudi Arabia has reached Islamabad to review the arrangements for the upcoming visit of the Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Al Saud to Pakistan.

Sources said that the Saudi delegation arrived at Noor Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi on Thursday via a special plane from Malaysia.

The delegation would review the arrangements for residence and security etc made in Islamabad ahead of the visit of the Saudi Crown Prince.

Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman to reach Pakistan on Feb 16

Earlier a large Saudi delegation consisting of special security guards of the Crown Prince and media representatives has already reached Pakistan.

The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Muhammad bin Salman accompanied by a high-powered delegation including members of the Saudi Royal family, key ministers and leading businessmen will arrive in Islamabad on a two-day official visit to Pakistan on Saturday on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Muhammad bin Salman holds important portfolios in the Kingdom’s government including the Vice President of the Council of Ministers and the Defense Minister.

This will be the first state-level visit of the dignitary to Pakistan since his elevation to the position of the Crown Prince in April 2017.

READ  Punjab govt imposes section 144 across province amid long march