ISLAMABAD: Secretary General of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), Prince Sultan bin Salman has met the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif here on Friday – ARY News reports.
During the meeting, both the personalities exchanged their views pertaining to tourism, culture, investment and extending bilateral ties between the two brotherly states.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have always been standing with each other in their difficult times and the people here hold the Pak-Saudi relations in high esteem.
PM Nawaz briefed the Saudi envoy about tourism and cultural opportunities in Pakistan and told him that both the states can yield greater benefits with mutual experimentation in these sectors.
He invited Prince Sultan bin Salman for a detailed tour next time and also to visit tourist spots here.
PM Nawaz Sharif also expressed his heartfelt wishes for Shah Abdullah on this occasion.