ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan ended his two day official visit to Saudi Arabia on September 19 and traveled to Abu Dhabi to begin a two-day state visit to the UAE.
During his trip to the Kingdom, Khan met King Salman at his palace in Jeddah and invited him and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit Pakistan. Khan was given a guard of honor and a state banquet to mark his visit, and the crown prince also hosted a dinner for the prime minister.
The leaders, accompanied by ministers and senior officials, held detailed discussions on ways to strengthen the bilateral relationship and on the regional political and security situation.
They exchanged ideas for enhancing cooperation in the political, defense, economic, commercial and cultural sectors, developing joint ventures in line with their respective developmental needs, strengthening collaboration in the human-resources sector, and addressing the issues faced by Pakistani expatriates in Saudi Arabia.
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, greeted Khan upon arrival in Abu Dhabi.