Saudi Shura Council chief calls on PM Imran, reaffirms assist on Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Saudi Shura Council Chairman Dr. Abdullah Mohammad Ibrahim Al Sheikh accompanied by a delegation known as on Prime Minister Imran Khan and reaffirmed Riyadh’s assist to Pakistan on the Kashmir challenge, ARY Information reported.

In the course of the assembly at Prime Minister’s Workplace in Islamabad, PM Imran highlighted the shut brotherly relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and reaffirmed the resolve to additional deepen bilateral cooperation in numerous fields.

Based on a press release issued by his workplace, PM Imran apprised the chairman of the dire human rights and humanitarian scenario within the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&Ok) marked by the inhuman lock-down and communications blockade, which had continued since 5 August 2019.

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PM Imran confused that the world should take cognizance of India’s egregious violations of human rights in  occupied Kashmir. He mentioned that the worldwide neighborhood ought to make all doable efforts to alleviate the sufferings of the Kashmiri individuals and facilitate a peaceable decision of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with UN Safety Council Resolutions.

The delegation is on a 3-day go to to Pakistan on the invitation of Speaker Nationwide Meeting Asad Qaiser.

The prime minister added that the Saudi management was held in excessive esteem in Pakistan and the go to of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Pakistan was memorable when it comes to additional fortifying the relations.

He lauded the rising cooperation between the parliaments of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

The chairman conveyed the greetings and greatest needs of Saudi management to the Prime Minister. He expressed his dedication to proceed working for nearer and deeper hyperlinks between the Parliaments of the 2 brotherly nations.



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