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Saudi economy package: Muhammad Ishaq Dar concerned over reduction of oil ‘deferred payment facility’ by $1.8 bn

Islamabad: Pakistan's former Federal Minister for Finance and Economic Affairs Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar has claimed that  Saudi Arabia reduced oil deferred payment facility from $3 billion to $1.2 billion, media reports said.

Pakistan govt may impose more taxes to meet IMF targets

Pakistan's  Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance and Revenue Shaukat Tarin recently hinted that more taxes may be imposed  to meet the annual tax collection target after completion of talks with the  International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Saudi airports lift COVID curbs, start operating at full capacity, says Aviation Body

Riyadh/UNI/Sputnik: Airports in Saudi Arabia will operate at full capacity without any coronavirus-related restrictions starting Sunday, the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) said.

King of Saudi Arabia says peace is top priority for his country

New York: The King of Saudi Arabia, Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, said on Wednesday that promoting peace is his Kingdom’s top priority in international affairs.

Saudi Aramco to issue inaugural dollar-denominated Islamic bonds, says source

Moscow/Sputnik: Saudi Arabia's state oil and gas company Saudi Aramco is planning to offer several tranches of dollar-denominated Islamic bonds, called sukuk, due in three, five and 10 years, a source in the financial sector told Sputnik on Monday.

Saudi Kingdom's new vaccine conditions leaves Pakistani travellers in trouble

Riyadh: The Saudi kingdom has not added any of the Chinese manufactured vaccines in its list which has left Pakistanis' aspiration to travel to the kingdom in trouble, media reports said.

Repaying $3b to Saudi Arabia: Bilawal Bhutto asks PM Imran to 'reveal reasons'

Islamabad:  Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto has asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to state the reasons behind repaying $3 billion to Saudi Arabia.

Pakistan must utilize opportunities in defense and strategic cooperation with Saudi Arabia

Pakistan needs to adopt a wise policy to utilize opportunities in defense and strategic cooperation and various other sectors that will come its way under the Vision 2030 program drawn up by Saudi Arabia to open up new economic partnerships and talent hunts.

Resetting Ties: Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits Saudi Arabia for three days

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan has commenced his three-day visit to Saudi Arabia in an attempt to reset ties with its old ally.

Resetting Ties: Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits Saudi Arabia for three days

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan has commenced his three-day visit to Saudi Arabia in an attempt to reset ties with its old ally.

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia form Supreme Coordination Council

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have decided to form a Supreme Coordination Council for close coordination between the two countries, Dawn reported.

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to strengthen “upward trajectory” in bilateral ties

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have affirmed their commitment to fortify the "upward trajectory" in bilateral ties, according to a communiqué on Saturday, Tribune reported.

Pakistan ambassador to Saudi Arabia called back over expat complaints

Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia has returned to the country over complaints by the Pakistani community in the kingdom, the Foreign Office (FO) said in a statement.

Saudi Arabia ships 80 metric tons of liquid oxygen to Covid-battered India

Saudi Arabia, a strategic partner of India, has shipped 80 metric tons of liquid oxygen to India, which is facing a massive crisis in oxygen supplies following an exponential rise in Covid 19 cases.

Saudi Arabia makes Covid-19 vaccination must for pilgrimage to Mecca

Riyadh/IBNS: The Saudi government has made immunisation compulsory for those willing to make the pilgrimage to Mecca and offer prayers at the Grand mosque.