Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Wednesday congratulated Saudi Arabia on its National Day and hoped that ties between the two countries would strengthen in the coming days.
While addressing a ceremony arranged by the Saudi embassy to celebrate the Kingdom’s 92nd National Day, he said more than two million Pakistanis were working in Saudi Arabia and that sending remittances from there played a major role in stabilising the economy of the country.
Sanaullah said Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman would arrive in Pakistan on an official visit in November. He said the whole nation was eagerly waiting for the visit.
“We are waiting with love and affection for the day when Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will visit Pakistan,” the interior minister said, adding that “he will come to Pakistan in November this year”.