RIYADH: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday departed for Saudi Arabia on an official day-long visit to hold important talks with the Saudi leadership on regarding complete spectrum of bilateral relations and the regional situation.
The premier is also set to visit the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) resting place after arriving in the Kingdom, and to offer prayers in Masjid-i-Nabvi.
The visit is part of a series of regular exchanges occuring between the leadership of the two countries.
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have shared brotherly relations for decades based on mutual trust.
Earlier in October, PM Imran Khan had paid a brief visit to Saudi Arabia where he met King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.
During a previous visit, Riyadh leadership approved of remaining engaged and consulting closely to promote the premier’s initiative to ensure peace and security in both regions.