Saudi king, crown prince meet Pakistan's PM Imran Khan

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King Salman receives Imran Khan in Riyadh during the Pakistani prime minister's visit to Saudi Arabia. (SPA)
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Prince Faisal bin Bandar met Imran Khan at the airport in Riyadh at the start of his visit. (SPA)
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Prince Faisal bin Bandar met Imran Khan at the airport in Riyadh at the start of his visit. (SPA)
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Prince Faisal bin Bandar met Imran Khan at the airport in Riyadh at the start of his visit. (SPA)
Updated 16 October 2019

Saudi king, crown prince meet Pakistan's PM Imran Khan

RIYADH: King Salman met Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in Riyadh, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

They discussed bilateral relations and aspects of bilateral cooperation, as well as the latest developments at a regional and international level.

Khan also met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. They reviewed the strong ties between the two nations and fields of joint cooperation, as well as ways of enhancing them.

They also discussed the latest developments in the region, and issues of common interest.

The meetings were attended by Riyadh Gov. Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, State Minister Prince Mansour bin Miteb bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman, Interior Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf, National Guard Minister Prince Abdullah bin Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, Khan’s accompanying delegation and officials.

Khan and his delegation later traveled to Madinah, where they visited the Prophet’s Mosque. They were received at Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport by Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman.


Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

Updated 05 June 2020

Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

  • Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh

DUBAI: Four more repatriation flights arrived in Saudi Arabia as part of the Kingdom’s efforts to bring back stranded citizens from coronavirus hotspots, state news agency SPA reported.
Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh while another two landed in King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, bringing Saudi nationals from New York and Beirut.
All precautionary measures to contain the coronavirus spread were taken to ensure the safety of passengers, who would also be in isolation for 14 days.