Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Pakistan;
Says Road to Makkah project is a big step for the convenience of pilgrims.
Islamabad, (Parliament Times) : Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Pakistan Mr. Nawaf bin Saeed al-Maliki said, “Road to Makkah project is a big step for the convenience of pilgrims.
He expressed his views in a meeting with the Chairman of the Pak-Saudi Parliamentary Friendship Forum, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Senator Dr. Hafiz Abdul Karim, and Professor Sajjad Qamar. King Salman Mangala was also present on this occasion.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Masjids has a special love for Pakistan. The facilities are being increased day by day for visitors to Makkah. The Road to Makkah project is a revolutionary step and the pilgrims will reach Jeddah and Madinah and exit as easily as Islamabad
from Karachi., he said.
From Karachi, the highest priority of the Saudi government is the service of Zufur Rahman. They are playing an active role in bringing the countries closer together. Saudi Arabia is the spiritual center of the Muslim Ummah. The Road to Mecca project is a great gift to the people of Pakistan, for which we thank the Custodian of the Two Holy Masjids, he said.
Professor Sajjad Qamar said that Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz has done valuable services to unite the Muslim Ummah and his role in establishing peace in the region was commendable. The new projects of Saudi Arabia and the people of Pakistan will benefit a lot from the involvement of Pakistani talents and the foreign exchange will also increase.
The largest manpower of Pakistan is currently in Saudi Arabia. Mr. Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki has truly played the role of ambassador of Pakistan, he said.