Saudi Arabia has neither asked Pakistan to return loan nor suspended oil supply: Qureshi

ISLAMABAD: Rejecting theory that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia’s ties have disintegrated in the course of recent weeks, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Monday that the Kingdom has neither requested that Islamabad return loan nor suspended oil supply to Pakistan.

“Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have a similar position on normalizing relations with Israel,” he stated, including that Pakistan’s position has not faltered.

He said that Saudi Arabia has likewise not changed its position on involved Kashmir and doesn’t asked Pakistan to return loan nor suspended oil supply .

The unfamiliar pastor talked about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s up and coming visit to Pakistan, portraying it as one of “most extreme significance”, including that China is likewise supporting the harmony procedure in Afghanistan.

The unfamiliar pastor said that a conversation will be held with the Taliban on Tuesday which will concentrate on the intra-Afghan harmony conversations.

Alluding to the conceivable unsteadiness in Afghanistan, the unfamiliar pastor said that “there is a gathering in Afghanistan that is causing a break [to create and obstruct harmony talks]”.

Talking on Pakistan-China ties, the unfamiliar pastor said that Islamabad and Beijing will altogether act to protect uprightness and harmony in the district.

Qureshi said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor will profit the whole area and in spite of India’s announcements, the undertaking will proceed.

“India can continue saying anything it desires to state. The undertaking will proceed,” he said.

 

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