Published: Fri, September 20, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Imran Khan likely to meet Donald Trump on September 23

Imran Khan likely to meet Donald Trump on September 23

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday assured King Salman bin Abdulaziz that his country would stand by Saudi Arabia if the sanctity and security of the holiest Muslim places in the Kingdom were in danger, said the PM Office.

In the latest move, Pakistan said yesterday it had denied Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi permission to fly through its airspace due to the "situation in Indian occupied Kashmir".

He condemned the recent attacks on oil installations in Saudi Arabia, which has reduced the kingdom's crude production, fanning fear of further instability in the Middle East.

In response, King Salman appreciated the support but noted that KSA is capable of dealing with the situation on its own, according to a statement by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

PM Khan in a meeting with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman on October 23.

Khan arrived in Jeddah on a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, a close ally of Pakistan, providing generous financial aid to the cash-strapped country.

Ahead of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) high-level meeting next week, India's envoy to United Nations Syed Akbaruddin has slammed Pakistan who plans to use the world stage to rake up Kashmir.

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Riyadh also sent Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir, the minister of state for foreign affairs to Islamabad earlier this month to calm down the tense situation between India and Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Saudi Arabia ahead of his trip to the U.S. for the UN General Assembly session.

Prime Minister Imran has been in "regular contact" with the Saudi crown prince over the issue.

Flanked by former Indian Excessive Commissioner in Pakistan Ajay Bisaria, who was expelled by Islamabad after India revoked particular standing for Kashmir, Singh informed the UNHRC that there was a have to name out those that are misusing it for "malicious political agenda under the garb of human rights".

The prime minister has, as part of his efforts to draw the global community's attention towards the situation in the Kashmir Valley, called the crown prince earlier this month to brief him over the situation in the region. "And, on the other hand, it relates to advocacy, and the advocacy was expressed and will be maintained".

"Saudi Arabia has always rescued Pakistan in times of crisis", he said.

Guterres was asked by a Pakistani journalist about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and what will he do to bring a solution to the Kashmir issue.

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