ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to visit Saudi Arabia after his return from China, Geo News reported on Wednesday.
Citing unnamed sources, the TV channel reported that a breakthrough on Kashmir is expected during the prime minister meeting with Saudi Crown Prine Mohammad bin Salman during his visit to the kingdom.
PM Imran, while presenting Kashmir case to world leaders at UNGA, lambasted India’s Modi over cruelty on Kashmiri people under guise of ‘Islamic terrorism’
The prime minister is in China on a crucial visit during which he was assured of support on Pakistan’s stance regarding Indian occupied Kashmir.
The premier has been highlighting the plight of people of Occupied Kashmir on international platforms since Indin revoked the special status of the Muslim majority region on August 5.
He has also criticized the Narendra Modi-led Indian government for its extremist agenda and its policies towards minorities in India.
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