Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah Highlights Saudi-Pakistani Cooperation to Address Global Challenges

Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah held a joint press conference with his counterpart, Minister Ishaq Dar, in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, on Tuesday.

During the press conference at the headquarters of the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Prince Faisal underscored the keenness of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to strengthen their cooperation in the face of global challenges.
He commended the strategic collaboration between the two countries across various sectors.
“The Kingdom and Pakistan are moving towards advancing cooperation in various fields through government initiatives, in addition to supporting investment opportunities, which will constitute a valuable addition to both nations,” stated Prince Faisal.
Regarding developments in Gaza, he underlined that the international efforts aiming to achieve a ceasefire have been totally insufficient with the number of civilian deaths exceeding 33,000.
Prince Faisal emphasized the potential threat of famine in the Gaza Strip due to the inadequate humanitarian aid reaching the area. He reiterated the urgent need for the international community to fulfill its responsibilities and avoid adopting double standards when addressing the crisis in Gaza. Additionally, Prince Faisal highlighted the violations of recently adopted United Nations Security Council resolutions by the Israeli occupation. He underscored the importance of all parties involved prioritizing de-escalation in the Middle East and settling disputes through dialogue rather than resorting to the use of force. Prince Faisal affirmed the Kingdom’s commitment to exerting all necessary efforts in this regard.