The Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, held talks in Saudi Arabia with the Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, which focused on strengthening cooperation between the two countries.
After his meeting with Khan, the Saudi Crown Prince emphasized the depth of relations with Pakistan and the importance of expanding cooperation with it, while Khan praised the role of Saudi Arabia in resolving the issues facing the Islamic nation.
The two sides signed an agreement to establish a Supreme Council for the Saudi-Pakistani Coordination.
#Video_was | His Highness the Crown Prince and the Prime Minister of Pakistan sign the agreement to establish the Saudi-Pakistani Supreme Coordination Council … and witness the signing of two agreements and two memoranda of understanding. #Pakistan_ Prime Minister in Saudi Arabia # SPA pic.twitter.com/lDTI2uceMY
– SPA News (@spagov) May 7, 2021
Agreements were also signed during the visit that dealt with cooperation in the field of those sentenced to imprisonment, combating crime and drug trafficking, financing projects in the fields of energy and others.
The two sides affirmed their support for political solutions in Syria and Libya, and the efforts of the United Nations and its envoys in this regard.
They also affirmed their full support for all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, foremost among which is their right to self-determination and the establishment of their independent state with pre-1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with the contents of the Arab Peace Initiative and relevant United Nations resolutions.