Saudi Arabia, Pakistan hold security talks

A joint communique released after the meeting said both countries will increase cooperation in different areas

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Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in Pakistan to kick of a trip to Asia that will see him visit China and Japan.

The Saudi royal met with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday night and both leaders vowed to improve their relations and promote bilateral cooperation in all fields.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman also met with other senior Pakistani officials and discussed regional and international political and security issues of common interest.

Sharif said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia "have been great friends and Pakistan will stand with Saudi Arabia in case they face any danger."

After the meeting, it was said in the joint communique that both countries will increase the cooperation in different departments.

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