Posted by : Aahil Shaik Monday, February 18, 2019
SAUDI ARABIA'S CROWN PRINCE ORDERS THE RELEASE OF 2,107 PAKISTANI PRISONERS
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman ordered the release of 2,107 Pakistani prisoners in Saudi Arabia during his visit to Pakistan after a request from Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Trending : Saudi Arabia reduced visit visa fee for Pakistani expatriates
Not only that, According to Pakistan's Foreign Minister the cases of other Pakistani prisoners in Saudi Arabia will also be reviewed. Recommend : Official method from Ministry of Justice to check if an expat have any legal case
- Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman also announced investments of 20 Billion dollars in Pakistan, pledging help to the struggling country even more to come in the future.
- The first investment of $20 billion is big for phase one, it will definitely grow every month and year, It is going to benefit the both countries said Saudi Crown Prince. See Also : New amendments in Saudi Labor Law 2019
- He also said, We have been a brotherly and friendly country to Pakistan, We have walked together in tough and good times and we will continue in the future.
- Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked Saudi Arabia for always been a friend in need, which is why we value it so much. I want to thank you for the way you helped us when we were really in bad situation. See Also : Saudi Arabia official public holidays for 2019