ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz and mentioned bilateral and regional issues with particular concentrate on the scenario after drone assaults at Saudi Oil installations, Saudi press company reported on Tuesday.
Through the phone dialog, Imran Khan strongly condemned the assault over Saudi oil services and reiterated Pakistan’s help for the Kingdom and its full stand with all its potentials in confronting these sabotage acts which threaten the worldwide financial system and the Kingdom’s safety.
The drone strikes on the world’s largest oil exporter come as state oil big Saudi Aramco had accelerated plans for an preliminary public providing to as early as this 12 months.
The extent of injury from the drone strikes in Abqaiq and Khurais provinces stay unclear.
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Abqaiq is situated 60 km (37 miles) southwest of Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters. It accommodates the world’s largest oil processing plant, dealing with crude from the large Ghawar area and for export to terminals Ras Tanura – the world’s largest offshore oil loading facility – and Juaymah. It additionally pumps westwards throughout the dominion to Crimson Sea export terminals.
Khurais, 190 km additional southwest, accommodates the nation’s second-largest oilfield