ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have signed multiple documents to enhance bilateral cooperation in the fields of energy, media, prisoners exchange and others.
Both Prime Minister Imran Khan and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman witnessed the signing of the agreements inked by the relevant ministers from both the sides.
Both the countries signed an agreement to form Supreme Coordination Council to strengthen the bilateral cooperation in multiple fields.
An agreement for exchange of convicted prisoners was also signed between the two countries besides another agreement to counter the crimes.
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia also signed a framework agreement on energy projects besides another one in the field of environmental protection.
The two countries signed MoUs to enhance cooperation to curb smuggling as well as on workers’ recruitment.
Earlier, the Crown Prince also hosted a dinner reception for Prime Minister Imran Khan and his delegation.
On his arrival at King Abdulaziz International Airport of Jeddah, the Prime Minister was warmly received by the Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.