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Saudi Arab News – According to information received by World News Superfast, Pakistan’s army chief has arrived in Saudi Arabia due to a disagreement between the two countries, which has jeopardized Riyadh’s financial lifeline to Islamabad. Pakistan’s army spokesman said General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s visit on Monday was “primarily military-oriented”. Later in the day in a statement, the Pakistani military said that Bajwa’s meeting in Saudi Arabia was “focused on military relations, including military exchanges”. A traditional ally, Saudi Arabia, gave Pakistan a $ 3bn loan and a $ 3.2bn oil loan facility to help balance the payments crisis at the end of 2018.
Saudi Arab prince is not meet to Bajba army chief pakistaan.
It seems that Saudi Arabia is not in the mood to improve relations with Pakistan, whose army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, according to Pakistan media, foiled an angry Saudi leadership for thwarting a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Had flown to Riyadh.
Bajwa arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday amid strained relations between the two countries with Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief General Faiz Hameed. Bajwa met with Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman and Saudi Arabia’s military chief of staff General Fayed bin Hamid al-Ruwaili, failing to meet the crown prince.
India’s alleged human rights in disputed Kashmir region
According to information received by World News Superfast. Pakistan has pressurized the Saudi-led organization (OIC) to call a high-level meeting to highlight India’s alleged human rights violations in the long-disputed Kashmir region.
But the OIC has so far held only low-level meetings
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah said, “If you cannot call it, I will force Prime Minister Imran Khan to call a meeting of those Islamic countries who stand with us on the Kashmir issue and support the oppressed Kashmiris.” Ready. ” Mahmud Qureshi told local media in recent weeks.According to information received by World News Superfast.
Last year, Islamabad pulled off a Muslim nation platform at the last minute at Riyadh’s insistence, which the assembly saw as an attempt to challenge the leadership of the OIC.