Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to Pakistan postponed
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The highly anticipated visit of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and Prime Minister Muhammad bin Salman to Pakistan has been postponed, reported 24NewsHd TV Channel.
The Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister was expected to visit Pakistan later this month.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch confirmed the postponement of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman's visit to Pakistan.
She said the new dates of Muhammad Bin Salman's visit to Pakistan will be announced soon.
Sources said Mohammad bin Salman has postponed his visit to Pakistan and other Asian countries due to the G20 summit.
Sources said homework is in progress to re-determine the new dates of Muhammad bin Salman's visit to Pakistan.
Mohammed bin Salman will attend the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.
The Saudi Crown Prince was to start a tour of various Asian countries including Pakistan on November 21.
During his visit, Pakistan hoped to get a $4.2 billion bailout package, and numerous Pakistan-Saudi petroleum agreements are being finalised for signing.
The Saudi Kingdom will also assist in the establishment of a modern oil refinery in Gwadar at a cost of 10 billion dollars while the Chinese companies will run the refinery’s operations after the completion of the project.