One of the agreements is about Saudi Arabia’s Aramco-run refinery in the Pakistani port of Gwadar, one of the world’s largest refineries, at a value of $10 billion, Xinhua reported citing the Al Arabiya TV.
“Pakistan is a dear country to the Saudi people and we will be partners as we have always been,” Al Arabiya quoted the Saudi Crown Prince as saying.https://www.liffyworld.com/netanyahu-to-meet-putin-to-improve-coordination-on-syria/
Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are working together to expand economic partnership, particularly in the tourism sector, he added.
The Crown Prince is currently on a two-day official visit to Pakistan, the first leg of his Asian tour, starting Sunday.
He is scheduled to visit India and China later.