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Expect several agreements during PM KKSA visit: Ashrafi

Expect several agreements during PM KKSA visit: Ashrafi

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ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Interfaith Harmony and Middle East Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi on Monday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan would pay a two-day visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the invitation of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman. ۔

During his visit to Saudi Arabia, Prime Minister Imran Khan will meet Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and the Saudi leadership, perform Umrah, visit the Holy Shrine of the Prophet and during his visit, between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. We will discuss several agreements. The Arabs will be signed, “he told a news conference here on Monday.

Tahir Ashrafi said that ‘Green Pakistan Project’ was announced by Imran Khan three years ago and it is being worked successfully all over the country.

He said that Pakistan would play its full role in the projects of Green Pakistan, Green Saudi Arabia and Green Middle East. He said that Pakistan believes that the solution to the problems of the Muslim Ummah lies in the unity and solidarity of the entire Muslim world. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had met the ambassadors of all OIC member countries here on Monday and invited the ambassadors of the entire Muslim Ummah to unite and move forward on the issues of the Muslim Ummah. Is committed to a united effort. These issues, “he said.

Tahir Ashrafi said, “I was watching when the Prime Minister was saying, ‘I wish we could tell the West how much we love our Prophet of Islam more than our lives, wealth and honor. Respect for the dignity of Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (peace be upon him).

He said that because of Islamophobia, millions of Muslims in the Western world, including the United States, the United Kingdom and the entire Western world, are facing difficulties and challenges.

“Imran Khan always says that Islam is a religion of peace and security, which commands peace and stability for all, and that linking it to extremism and terrorism is a great injustice,” he said.

Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi said that the biggest problem right now is the interpretation of Islam. He said that the ambassadors of all Islamic and Arab countries appreciated Imran Khan’s thinking and vision and said that his respective countries would cooperate with Pakistan.