Beggar Pak reaffirms Master-Slave relations with Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia and longstanding ally Pakistan signed several agreements on Saturday and vowed to revive ties strained by months of disagreement over policy on the Kashmir dispute.

He was greeted by Saudi Arabia’s de-facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the airport before holding talks with Saudi officials at Jeddah’s Al-Salam Palace.
“They affirmed the depth of relations between the two brotherly countries and underscored the importance of expanding and intensifying aspects of bilateral cooperation and coordination,” a Saudi statement said.
Although the kingdom was the first foreign country Khan visited after taking office, Riyadh appeared frustrated with Islamabad last year.
In a sharply worded statement in August, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi called on the Saudi-based Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to convene a high-level meeting on Kashmir.
The call raised eyebrows in Riyadh where it was widely seen as a warning that Pakistan was preparing to call for a session outside OIC auspices.

“The two sides stressed the need for concerted efforts by the Islamic world to confront extremism and violence, and reject sectarianism,” the Saudi statement said.

‘Deepen and diversify’
The official Saudi Press Agency said the two sides signed agreements addressing the treatment of criminals, and crime. They also agreed on two memorandums of understanding on combating drug trafficking, and on financing energy, water and infrastructure projects.
The two countries also agreed to establish a Saudi-Pakistan Supreme Coordination Council.
“During the meeting, it was agreed to further strengthen, deepen and diversify the existing bilateral political, economic, trade, defence and security ties,” a Pakistani statement said.
“The talks were marked by exceptional cordiality and a commitment to fortify the upward trajectory in the bilateral relationship,” it added.

Pakistan has close links with Saudi Arabia, with more than 2.5 million of its nationals living and working in the kingdom, but it also maintains close ties with Iran and represents Tehran’s consular interests in the United States.

For decades, Pakistan has tried to balance its strong relationship with Saudi Arabia and its ties with Iran, with which it shares a near 1,000-km (625-mile) border.
In 2019, Khan travelled between Saudi Arabia and Iran in a bid to calm animosities between the rival powers. His visit to Jeddah comes as Saudi Arabia and Iran hold secret talks in Iraq, the first significant effort to defuse tensions since the regional powers cut ties in 2016 after Iranian protesters, infuriated over the kingdom’s execution of a Shia cleric, attacked Saudi diplomatic missions.“The prime minister of Pakistan’s visit to Saudi Arabia is an important milestone in bilateral relations,” Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan tweeted Saturday. “The kingdom is keen to further strengthen relations between the brotherly countries as well as enable broader economic cooperation.”
 

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Saudi Arabia and longstanding ally Pakistan signed several agreements on Saturday and vowed to revive ties strained by months of disagreement over policy on the Kashmir dispute.

He was greeted by Saudi Arabia’s de-facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the airport before holding talks with Saudi officials at Jeddah’s Al-Salam Palace.
“They affirmed the depth of relations between the two brotherly countries and underscored the importance of expanding and intensifying aspects of bilateral cooperation and coordination,” a Saudi statement said.
Although the kingdom was the first foreign country Khan visited after taking office, Riyadh appeared frustrated with Islamabad last year.
In a sharply worded statement in August, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi called on the Saudi-based Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to convene a high-level meeting on Kashmir.
The call raised eyebrows in Riyadh where it was widely seen as a warning that Pakistan was preparing to call for a session outside OIC auspices.

“The two sides stressed the need for concerted efforts by the Islamic world to confront extremism and violence, and reject sectarianism,” the Saudi statement said.

‘Deepen and diversify’
The official Saudi Press Agency said the two sides signed agreements addressing the treatment of criminals, and crime. They also agreed on two memorandums of understanding on combating drug trafficking, and on financing energy, water and infrastructure projects.
The two countries also agreed to establish a Saudi-Pakistan Supreme Coordination Council.
“During the meeting, it was agreed to further strengthen, deepen and diversify the existing bilateral political, economic, trade, defence and security ties,” a Pakistani statement said.
“The talks were marked by exceptional cordiality and a commitment to fortify the upward trajectory in the bilateral relationship,” it added.

Pakistan has close links with Saudi Arabia, with more than 2.5 million of its nationals living and working in the kingdom, but it also maintains close ties with Iran and represents Tehran’s consular interests in the United States.

For decades, Pakistan has tried to balance its strong relationship with Saudi Arabia and its ties with Iran, with which it shares a near 1,000-km (625-mile) border.
In 2019, Khan travelled between Saudi Arabia and Iran in a bid to calm animosities between the rival powers. His visit to Jeddah comes as Saudi Arabia and Iran hold secret talks in Iraq, the first significant effort to defuse tensions since the regional powers cut ties in 2016 after Iranian protesters, infuriated over the kingdom’s execution of a Shia cleric, attacked Saudi diplomatic missions.“The prime minister of Pakistan’s visit to Saudi Arabia is an important milestone in bilateral relations,” Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan tweeted Saturday. “The kingdom is keen to further strengthen relations between the brotherly countries as well as enable broader economic cooperation.”
 

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Chinese Pakis were bragging all is well but they can't dictate one of their masters aka Saudis. On Paki forums they were all jumping 100 feet in air by the recent Imrand Khan visit to KSA. Now KSA has Pakis held with it's balls. :playball: The recent trip ended up in this. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Imrand Khan's ass would be violated only by China now and not a 3-some or gang bang.

No Umma Chumma!


A sensible man had as soon as stated, ‘Weigh your words before you speak’. Recently, Saudi Arabia decided that has as soon as once more made Pakistan remorse the day when Shah Mahmood Qureshi spoke far more than what was vital. :rofl:

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In a vital resolution, Saudi Arabia has withheld their resolution to speculate 10 billion {dollars} in an oil refinery at Gwadar, located within the disputed province of Balochistan. But why has Saudi Arabia refused to help Pakistan in constructing the refinery? What did Shah Mahmood Qureshi converse for which Pakistan is paying the value even at the moment? The earlier yr, through the starting of August, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister, launched a tirade towards Saudi Arabia and their Organization of Islamic Cooperation for not extending help to their reason behind ‘liberating Kashmir’.To make issues worse, Shah Mahmood Qureshi even threatened Saudi Arabia that Pakistan may be very able to creating an alternate management throughout the Islamic international locations. This was sufficient for Saudi Arabia to launch punitive measures towards the rogue nation for daring to problem their supremacy within the Islamic world and threaten Saudi Arabia, the undisputed chief of the Islamic world, with penalties.

As of now, Saudi Arabia has determined that it might not spend money on the oil refinery located at Gwadar. While conversing with News International, Imran Khan’s adviser on Electricity and Petroleum, Tabish Gauhar reported that Saudi Arabia has refused to spend money on the Gwadar refinery. The funding would have been nothing lower than a soothing aid to Pakistan, which is ailing with an financial disaster. Pakistan wished Gwadar to be transformed into an financial hub, for which it has attracted varied CPEC initiatives to the identical.In order to make sure the identical, Pakistani PM Imran Khan had additionally visited Saudi Arabia as a way to thaw the frosty relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. However, it appears to be like like Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s vanity is now going to value Pakistan expensive.To quote Shah Mahmood Qureshi, “Pakistan will have to look for other options if the OIC doesn’t come forward in support of its stance on Kashmir. Inadvertently threatening Saudi Arabia who leads the chair in OIC, a 57-member organization could have serious repercussions for Pakistan. I am once again respectfully telling OIC that a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers is our expectation. If you cannot convene it, then I’ll be compelled to ask Prime Minister Imran Khan to call a meeting of the Islamic countries that are ready to stand with us on the issue of Kashmir and support the oppressed Kashmiris”.


It appears that Pakistan’s newfound love for hardline Islamism has not gone down properly with Saudi because the latter is now in search of to punish Pakistan. Saudi Arabia has now stopped the provision of oil to the nation since May after the expiration of the deferred fee deal. To quote an excerpt from a earlier report by TFI Post itself, “The Express Tribune reported that the $3.2 billion Saudi oil facility was part of the USD 6.2-billion Saudi Arabian bundle introduced in November 2018 to ease Pakistan’s exterior sector woes. Pakistan is making an attempt to resume the power however the Saudis are but to reply to Pakistan’s request. In a determined bid to placate Saudi Arabia, Pakistan returned a $1 billion Saudi mortgage — 4 months forward of its reimbursement interval. Now, it’s a separate factor that Pakistan returned this mortgage by taking an further mortgage of $1 billion from China.The message is evident – Saudi Arabia has nonetheless not forgotten the audacity of the Imran Khan administration in difficult their would possibly within the Islamic world and is making them pay for his or her impudence.

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Chinese Pakis were bragging all is well but they can't dictate one of their masters aka Saudis. On Paki forums they were all jumping 100 feet in air by the recent Imrand Khan visit to KSA. Now KSA has Pakis held with it's balls. :playball: The recent trip ended up in this. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Imrand Khan's ass would be violated only by China now and not a 3-some or gang bang.

No Umma Chumma!


A sensible man had as soon as stated, ‘Weigh your words before you speak’. Recently, Saudi Arabia decided that has as soon as once more made Pakistan remorse the day when Shah Mahmood Qureshi spoke far more than what was vital. :rofl:

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In a vital resolution, Saudi Arabia has withheld their resolution to speculate 10 billion {dollars} in an oil refinery at Gwadar, located within the disputed province of Balochistan. But why has Saudi Arabia refused to help Pakistan in constructing the refinery? What did Shah Mahmood Qureshi converse for which Pakistan is paying the value even at the moment? The earlier yr, through the starting of August, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister, launched a tirade towards Saudi Arabia and their Organization of Islamic Cooperation for not extending help to their reason behind ‘liberating Kashmir’.To make issues worse, Shah Mahmood Qureshi even threatened Saudi Arabia that Pakistan may be very able to creating an alternate management throughout the Islamic international locations. This was sufficient for Saudi Arabia to launch punitive measures towards the rogue nation for daring to problem their supremacy within the Islamic world and threaten Saudi Arabia, the undisputed chief of the Islamic world, with penalties.

As of now, Saudi Arabia has determined that it might not spend money on the oil refinery located at Gwadar. While conversing with News International, Imran Khan’s adviser on Electricity and Petroleum, Tabish Gauhar reported that Saudi Arabia has refused to spend money on the Gwadar refinery. The funding would have been nothing lower than a soothing aid to Pakistan, which is ailing with an financial disaster. Pakistan wished Gwadar to be transformed into an financial hub, for which it has attracted varied CPEC initiatives to the identical.In order to make sure the identical, Pakistani PM Imran Khan had additionally visited Saudi Arabia as a way to thaw the frosty relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. However, it appears to be like like Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s vanity is now going to value Pakistan expensive.To quote Shah Mahmood Qureshi, “Pakistan will have to look for other options if the OIC doesn’t come forward in support of its stance on Kashmir. Inadvertently threatening Saudi Arabia who leads the chair in OIC, a 57-member organization could have serious repercussions for Pakistan. I am once again respectfully telling OIC that a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers is our expectation. If you cannot convene it, then I’ll be compelled to ask Prime Minister Imran Khan to call a meeting of the Islamic countries that are ready to stand with us on the issue of Kashmir and support the oppressed Kashmiris”.


It appears that Pakistan’s newfound love for hardline Islamism has not gone down properly with Saudi because the latter is now in search of to punish Pakistan. Saudi Arabia has now stopped the provision of oil to the nation since May after the expiration of the deferred fee deal. To quote an excerpt from a earlier report by TFI Post itself, “The Express Tribune reported that the $3.2 billion Saudi oil facility was part of the USD 6.2-billion Saudi Arabian bundle introduced in November 2018 to ease Pakistan’s exterior sector woes. Pakistan is making an attempt to resume the power however the Saudis are but to reply to Pakistan’s request. In a determined bid to placate Saudi Arabia, Pakistan returned a $1 billion Saudi mortgage — 4 months forward of its reimbursement interval. Now, it’s a separate factor that Pakistan returned this mortgage by taking an further mortgage of $1 billion from China.The message is evident – Saudi Arabia has nonetheless not forgotten the audacity of the Imran Khan administration in difficult their would possibly within the Islamic world and is making them pay for his or her impudence.

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Damn ,well saudi didn't changed a bit , it's just mbs doing some cleanups , wahabi are still active , porks suck on wahabi , mbs don't give a shit to them ,well wahabi don't too but they atleast guve some bheekh , nothing more
 

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