ISLAMABAD, Feb 16 (APP):Defense Analyst Brigadier (Retd) Tipu Sultan has said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia were enjoying
good brotherly relations and visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman would pave ways to further strengthen the ties.
Talking to Radio Pakistan programme, he said the upcoming visit to Pakistan would be fruitful and carries huge significance. Both the countries have importance for each other on international front.
He said Pakistan needs financial assistance to improve its economy. It is highly appreciable that Saudi Arabia was willing to invest in Pakistan and contribute in upholding Pakistan’s financial status, he added.
Tipu Sultan said the incumbent government was heading towards the right direction and visit of
Saudi crown prince was a positive step in that regard.
Defense Analyst Dr Muhammad Khan said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has revised Pakistan’s foreign policy and portrayed a very positive image of the country.
He said the present government has formulated investor’s friendly policies including flexibility in taxation, revised visa policies and corruption free environment.
He said the visit of Saudi crown prince will further strengthen bilateral political, strategic and economic ties. Political and economic re-engagement of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan was highly
beneficial for both the countries.