Pak-Saudi Joint Declaration

Pak-Saudi Joint Declaration
The recent visit of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia marks the beginning of a new era of depth and warmth in bilateral relations, which is certainly welcome for both the Muslim Brotherhood countries. The joint statement issued after detailed talks between the delegations of the two countries, led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Prime Minister Imran Khan, is a testament to the fact that the recent tensions in bilateral relations have ended. And the two countries, which have a long history of sincere and brotherly relations, are wholeheartedly ready to support and assist each other in regional and global affairs and move forward side by side on the path of development. The joint statement reiterated Saudi Arabia’s clear support for Pakistan’s position on Kashmir and its insistence on resolving all differences between Pakistan and India, including the Kashmir dispute, through peaceful negotiations. The year when the government of Pakistan tried to get the Saudi government to support Pakistan through a meeting of OIC foreign ministers on the Kashmir crisis caused by the unjust actions of the Modi government was not successful. The joint statement also called on all parties to make proper use of the opportunity for political settlement for the sake of lasting peace in Afghanistan and thus the joint efforts of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have strengthened the prospects for strengthening the peace process in Afghanistan. Libya, Syria and Yemen also support a political solution to the conflict. According to the statement, the two leaders reaffirmed all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people under the Arab Peace Initiative, especially their right to self-determination and the restoration of their pre-1967 borders and the establishment of an independent state as the capital of East Jerusalem. Of However, Muslims and justice seekers around the world are waiting for all the problems facing the Muslim world, including Palestine and Kashmir, to be resolved fairly through practical measures and for the oppressed to be given their due. The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and the Muslim rulers should go beyond verbal accusations to show some fruitful progress in this direction and call on the United Nations to resolve the long-standing issues of Palestine and Kashmir as soon as possible. Encourage effective action, such as those in East Timor and South Sudan, to ensure their rights. As far as the positive results of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Saudi Arabia for Pakistan are concerned, according to Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, a memorandum of understanding has been signed between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman. A high-level coordination council will be set up between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, with Saudi Arabia providing Pakistan with ڈالر 500 million from the Saudi Development Fund to spend on infrastructure and water resources development. Over the next ten years, Saudi Arabia will need a large portion of the 10 million manpower it will need for national development projects, bringing with it a new level of Pak-Saudi relations, political cooperation as well as economic cooperation. Will enter the era. This is certainly a very promising development and God willing it will be completed without any hindrance.

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