Islamabad: Imran Khan, Pakistan’s prime minister, said on Sunday (October 31) that Pakistan is willing to contribute its experience and personnel with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. He claims that the goal is very similar to Pakistan’s Naya Pakistan and that it presents a potential for collaboration.
Pakistan can share experience in infrastructure development, information technology (IT), agriculture, and other fields, according to the prime minister. He claimed that the Saudi Vision 2030 and Naya Pakistan’s ambitious project are so similar that they may be realised together using shared talents and human resources.
Economic opportunity, diversity, internal growth, modernization, and development, as well as trade ties and connectivity, are all addressed in both programmes. The prime minister asked Saudi entrepreneurs and firms to participate in the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme during his remarks to the inaugural Saudi-Pakistan Investment Forum (NPHP).
PM Khan again emphasised the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s fiscal support and thanked them for their crucial assistance in reducing the current account deficit (CAD). He claimed that the two countries share a close bond that goes beyond economics and into emotional and religious spheres.