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Pakistan committed to enhance ties with Saudi Arabia: Senate Chairman
September 26, 2023

Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has extended heartfelt felicitations to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on its National Day.

In his speech on National Day celebrations of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the chief guest in Islamabad, he conveyed warm regards and best wishes on behalf of the Senate and the people of Pakistan to Royal King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Royal Family, and the Saudi nation.

Chairman Senate emphasized the enduring and multifaceted bond between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, founded on shared values, faith, and aspirations.

The Chairman acknowledged Saudi Arabia's significant support during challenging times and reaffirmed Pakistan's unwavering commitment to reciprocate in diplomatic and security matters, highlighting recent high-level military engagements.

He remarked that the partnership is fortified by an unwavering commitment to regional peace and stability, underlining both nations' readiness to support each other in diplomatic and security matters.

Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani lauded Saudi Arabia's efforts to promote regional harmony through diplomacy, dialogue, and mutual respect.

He expressed confidence that these initiatives would open doors to mutually beneficial opportunities for trade, cultural exchanges, shared initiatives, and collaborative endeavours, contributing to global progress.

He underscored the importance of diplomacy, dialogue, and mutual respect in building a foundation for lasting peace and regional prosperity.

In his address, the Chairman said that the Crown Prince's vision, epitomized by the Neom City project and initiatives like the Misk, showcases a holistic approach to modern society while remaining grounded in Saudi Arabia's cultural heritage.

He also emphasized the importance of youth engagement and joint ventures in education, research, technology, and innovation as avenues to deepen cooperation between the two nations.