‘Accords worth $20 Bn to be inked during Saudi crown prince’s visit to Pakistan’
ISLAMABAD: Agreements worth $20 billions are expected to be signed during the visit of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman to Pakistan, sources privy to Saudi Arabia’s embassy informed ARY News on Tuesday.
According to sources, the preparations are going with full swing for the maiden visit of the Saudi crown prince, who is due to arrive in Islamabad on February 16.
The sources close to the embassy said, accords worth $20 billion, including the project of setting up oil refinery, will be inked between the two countries.
Upon arrival, the crown prince will be received by Prime Minister Imran Khan and the federal cabinet. During his two-day long visit, the visiting dignitary is likely to stay at the Prime Minister House, sources added.
During his two-day long visit, the Saudi crown prince is likely to stay at the Prime Minister House
Other guests, who will be accompanying the crown prince, will be accommodated in five star hotels. The personal security team of the royal guest is reviewing the security arrangements in the federal capital.
The crown prince will depart for Malaysia after concluding his visit to Pakistan, sources mentioned.
On the other hand, Finance Ministry, Foreign Minister and the Prime Minister Office are occupied in the preparations of the expected agreements.