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PM Kakar praises Saudi Arabia for making comfort for Pakistani Umrah pilgrimages

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Anwaarul Haq Kakar, the acting prime minister, praised the Saudi authorities on Monday for their superb accommodations for pilgrims from throughout the globe during the Hajj season, especially for those from Pakistan.

He hoped that Pakistani travelers to the Hajj and Umrah will continue to get preferential treatment from Saudi Arabia. According to a news statement from the PM Office Media Wing, the prime minister shared these opinions with Dr. Tawfiq Bin Fawzan Al Rabiah, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Hajj and Umrah, during their meeting.

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The prime minister praised Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s vision and expressed delight with the improved trajectory of bilateral relations with the Kingdom. He also stated that Pakistan will always be a reliable partner.

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A high-level delegation headed by the Saudi minister is comprised of representatives from the kingdom’s ministries of foreign affairs, interior, communication, tourism, and civil aviation authority. This is the inaugural visit by a Hajj and Umrah Minister to Pakistan.

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Additionally, the acting prime minister expressed gratitude to Saudi Arabia for expressing a sincere interest in potential investments in Pakistan through the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC). The Saudi minister expressed gratitude to the prime minister for the cordial welcome he and the other members of his group had received. He said that Saudi Arabia will provide all assistance to pilgrims from Pakistan, and added that the delegation would work to increase Saudi travel to Pakistan in addition to religious visits. He said Saudi Arabia would extend all possible facilitation to Pakistani pilgrims, adding that in addition to religious visits, the delegation would also try to promote Saudi tourism to Pakistan.

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