There has been discussion of opening parts of Pakistani colleges in Saudi Arabia

There has been discussion of opening parts of Pakistani colleges in Saudi Arabia

Pakistan’s diplomat to Saudi Arabia, Lieutenant General (retd) Bilal Akbar, has said that “600 grants have been given to Pakistani understudies in Saudi colleges and it is trusted that more will be included what’s to come.”There has likewise been a discussion of setting up parts of Pakistani colleges in Saudi Arabia. With respect to the Pakistani school in Qasim Barida, the matter is going to arrive at the last resolution.

In preparation to the media at the Pakistan Consulate in Jeddah on Friday, he said that he had referenced the fortifying of Pak-Saudi relations and said that a great deal had been done in such a manner. Relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are memorable and never-ending. Work is likewise being done in regions including exchange, IT, and energy,” he said. More advancement is normal in the coming days.

With respect to boycotts, the Ambassador of Pakistan communicated trust that “boycotts will be facilitated progressively, travel boycotts for specific classes of individuals have been loose, improvement is normal in the coming days the preparation, the Ambassador of Pakistan likewise referenced the job of Rangers in making Karachi a tranquil city and the issues there.

Afterward, at a supper facilitated by Consul General Khalid Majeed for local area figures, the Pakistani envoy said that “Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia are esteemed by the Saudi specialists. Bilal Akbar said that on the mandate of the Prime Minister, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia are attempting to advance exchange, which is expanding exchange.

He told the local area to “comply with Saudi law and not to remain here wrongfully. Information is being gathered on Pakistanis who have lost their positions and are jobless. The consulate is reaching them to land positions in Saudi organizations,” he said. The Pakistani envoy asked the Pakistani business local area to “register themselves as per Saudi law”.

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