"We are trying our best to make sure that ties between these two countries do not deteriorate," Imran Khan tells DW.
Pak Saudi Ties
Pak Saudi Ties
Editorial: News that Saudi Arabia intends to call an OIC moot exclusively on Kashmir deserves to be welcomed
This can be called the most positive outcome of Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan’s one-day visit to Islamabad.
Newly appointed Saudi foreign minister describes relations with Pakistan as ‘fraternal and strategic’.
Visit meant to thank Pakistan for pulling out of KL Summit, a diplomatic source tells Dawn.
He will hold a meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and call on Prime Minister Imran Khan: FO.
Editorial: Proper homework should have been done before committing Pakistan to the Kuala Lumpur Summit
Withdrawing from the moot at the last minute did little to lift our international image.
Turkish media on Friday quoted Erdogan as saying Saudi "put pressure" on Pakistan to withdraw from the summit.
Turkish president says Saudi threatened to withdraw money from State Bank, replace Pakistani labour with Bangladeshis.
Awan says decision on the issue will be taken after the premier's return from Switzerland tomorrow.
As a special gesture, crown prince came along with Prime Minister Imran to see him off at Riyadh International Airport.
Army chief Gen Bajwa visits Abu Dhabi, calls on crown prince who is deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
Visit planned after signals kingdom is not happy with Imran’s decision to attend Kuala Lumpur summit
The govt of Yemen signed the power-sharing deal in Riyadh with separatists in the south of the country.
In an interview with CNN, PM Imran says that what he likes about Trump is that he doesn't believe in wars.
The prime minister will confer with the Saudi leadership in light of his recent consultations with other leaders: FO.
"The COAS affirmed Pakistan Army’s support towards capacity building and training of RSLF," ISPR says.
Editorial: Despite the risks, Pakistan can play a major role for peace with a diplomatic coup in the Gulf
The alternative — of tensions boiling over — paints a grim scenario for the entire region.
"We urged them not to rush into decisions that could hurt peace and stability of the region," says FM Qureshi.
Imran Khan strongly condemns recent attacks on oil installations in Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq and Khurais.
Premier also meets with Pakistani diaspora in Jeddah; assures them of legal reforms and encourages them to invest.
The premier reaffirms Pakistan's support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Saudi Arabia, says PM Office.
Premier speaks to Saudi crown prince over telephone, extends support to the kingdom over attacks on its oil plants.
"The COAS affirmed the Pakistan Army’s support towards capacity building of Royal Saudi Land Forces," says ISPR.
Dawood welcomed the delegation and vowed to extend complete facilitation on different matters pertaining to Saudi FDI.
PM informs Omani parliamentarians of Pakistan’s concern over the worsening rights situation in occupied Kashmir.
New Delhi has created risks for peace in region, PM Imran tells visiting Saudi, UAE FMs.
FATF says that narcotics, smuggling, under and over invoicing are the primary sources of illicit financial flow.
FM Qureshi speaks to the foreign ministers of Iran, Bangladesh and Turkey over the Kashmir issue.
PM Imran and Saudi crown prince discuss the "latest developments in the region" in a phone call.
Ambassador to UN Maleeha Lodhi holds a meeting with UNGA President Maria Fernanda Espinosa on occupied Kashmir.