ISLAMABAD: All the arrangements have been finalised for the first-ever visit of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman, who is scheduled to touch down in Islamabad on Feb 16, ARY News reported.
Sources said seven BMWs 7 Series, one land cruiser, and eight containers carrying essential articles for the crown prince’s personal use have been brought to Pakistan and shifted to the Prime Minister House where the visiting dignitary will stay during the visit.
The luxury vehicles were transported to Islamabad from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia via a C-130 aircraft which landed at Nur Khan airbase in the capital.
Furthermore, more than 700 rooms have been reserved at eight private hotels of the capital for the delegates who would be accompanying the Saudi crown prince.
The administration of these hotels have been asked not to make reservations in advance and they will be sealed a day before the arrival of the guests for security clearance and security institutions will take control of them.
The crown prince will arrive in Pakistan on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan on February 16 (Saturday).
The Saudi crown prince’s two-day visit of Pakistan will further promote mutual cooperation between the two countries, Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said.
The foreign office in Islamabad formally announced Saudi Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s visit of Pakistan.
Prince Muhammad bin Salman holds important ministries in the Saudi government, including that of the Vice President of the Council of Ministers.
The crown prince accompanied by a high-powered delegation including members of the Royal family, key ministers and leading businessmen, the spokesman said.
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