PM Imran Khan arrives in Jeddah with a government delegation and will travel to Makkah to conduct Umrah, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.

As per the PM’s Office, the premier was greeted by Deputy Governor of Makkah Region, Prince Badar bin Sultan Al Saud.

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From October 23 to 25, Imran Khan will be in Saudi Arabia for a three-day trip, during which he will attend the Middle East Green Initiative (MGI) Summit in Riyadh.

As per the PM’s Office, the prime minister reached in Madina and was greeted by Deputy Governor of Madinah Prince Saud bin Khalid Al-Faisal, who offered the group a cordial welcome.

The PM Imran Khan then paid a visit to the Roza-e-Rasool, where he prayed and paid his respects.

According to a declaration from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the prime minister will be escorted to the kingdom by a high-level group that includes the foreign minister and other cabinet members.

“The prime minister will speak at the MGI Summit about the issues that developing countries face as a result of climate change. Pakistan’s expertise in introducing nature-based solutions to solve environmental concerns will also be highlighted by the prime minister“ Read the statement carefully.

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“His Royal Highness Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz convened the MGI Summit at his initiative. This is the first event of its sort in the Middle East.”

According to the statement, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have long-standing and historic brotherly connections built in identical faith, shared history, and mutual assistance.

More than two million Pakistanis live in Saudi Arabia, adding to the advancement and development of both nations, as per the report.

According to the statement, the prime minister’s visit would “continue the good momentum of collaboration between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.”

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