Saudi Prince salutes Pakistan Army bravery and role

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ISLAMABAD: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Defence Minister has met Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif and paid tribute of Pak army bravery in war on terror.

Saudi defence minister prince Prince Salman Bin Sultan Al Saud met with chief at GHQ.

Both of the figures discussed regional, bilateral and defence collaboration besides training exchange program.

“Pakistan army’s hard work and sacrifices are provable and undeniable in war on terror, the prince said.

On the other hand army chief visited Combined Military Hospital (CMH) and met injured persons’ health.

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3 Responses to " Saudi Prince salutes Pakistan Army bravery and role "

  1. Waqas Ahmed says:

    You even don’t know who is the current Defense Minister of KSA.
    خبر پوسٹ کرنے کا بڑا شوق ہے

    Prince Salman Bin Abdulaziz (Brother of King Abdullah) is current Defense Minister.

    شاباش ہے لوگوں پر بھی جو داد دے رہے ہیں

  2. Patriot says:

    Stop sending tafkiri terrorists from saudia to pakistan, you Saudi morons! they are hypocrites and backstabbers toeing US policies.

    • Claremont7 says:

      Saudis have also been supporting Pakistan financially from the time petrol prie jumped 10 folds in 1973. They are also the Guardians of the holiest places in Islam. The way have improved them over 4 decades brilliant piece of the architect and holiness.

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