Saudi State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir, will arrive in Pakistan on Wednesday for an official one-day visit.
According to the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Islamabad, during the visit, the Saudi minister will meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and the chief of the Army General Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa, to discuss bilateral issues and the regional situation.
Meanwhile, Saudi press agency (SPA) reported that Prime Minister Imran and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman discussed "the latest developments in the region" in a phone call.
According to SPA, the official news agency of the kingdom, the two "reviewed the relations between the two countries and the latest developments in the region."
The call between the two leaders, the second in less than a month, comes when Prime Minister Imran continues to raise the problem of Kashmir occupied on different platforms.
On August 5, India unilaterally decided to revoke article 370 of its constitution, which granted special autonomy to occupied Kashmir. A paralyzing curfew was imposed in the disputed region that entered its fifth week.
After the move by India, Prime Minister Imran contacted different world leaders, including the crown prince, to share his concern about the condition in occupied Kashmir. On August 27, he informed the crown prince about the latest events in Kashmir occupied in a telephone conversation.
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SPA He had reported that the Crown Prince and Prime Minister discussed the regional situation along with the current situation in occupied Kashmir.
Earlier, a brief Saudi statement about the events in Kashmir said that the kingdom "is following the current situation" and called for a "peaceful agreement" in line with international resolutions.