Islamabad;Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf Saeed Ahmad Al-Malki Thursday
said the Kingdom was keen to establish a cultural centre in Islamabad with a view to strengthen cultural collaboration between the two countries.He expressed these views during a meeting with Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan here.
He said Saudi Arabia was also looking forward to the skilled labour from Pakistan with regard to the Vision 2030. Pak-Saudi relationship is not confined to the governments, rather it represents a people-to-people bonhomie, he added.
Dr Firdous said the recent visit of Saudi Crown Prince to Pakistan was of immense importance as both the countries inked agreements to further solidify economic cooperation and strengthen strategic partnership.The remarks of Crown Prince “I am Ambassador of Pakistan in Saudi Arabia” is reflective of strong fraternal bond that exists between the two brotherly countries.
The two sides also discussed executive program for culture and media cooperation between the two countries and decided to work out a calendar of cultural activities.