RAWALPINDI: Amid heightened security and arrangements, Saudi Crown Mohammad bin Salman has arrived in Rawalpindi on a two-day official visit to Islamic republic.

His plane landed at the Rawalpindi’s Nur Khan airbase

Prime Minister Imran Khan, cabinet members and army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa welcomed him at the military airbase.

The Saudi guests will be provided three-layer box security from the military airbase to the PM House.

Triple-one brigade of the country’s armed forces and Saudi Royal Guards will jointly perform the security duties on the occasion.

This is Prince Mohammad’s first state visit to Pakistan since becoming the heir to the throne in 2017.

Earlier, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir landed at Nur Khan Air Base in a separate airplane.

In his two-day visit, Mohammad bin Salman will also meet the army chief and President Arif Alvi.

Asad Umar meets Saudi counterpart

Finance Minister Asad Umar held a meeting with Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih and his team.

A range of investment projects worth billions of dollars were discussed, the minister said.

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