Islamabad: Saudi Arabia has not set any conditions on Pakistan in return for a $6 billion budgetary arrangement to enable the nation to conquer an enlarging parity of installments and current deficiency emergency, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Wednesday.
The remote pastor said that the kingdom’s arrangement with Pakistan had no association with previous Chief of Army Staff General (retd) Raheel Sharif heading the Saudi alliance powers.
While reacting to an inquiry, Qureshi guaranteed that the group of previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was no longer on “the radar of the kingdom”.
“There was no exchange in regards to Sharifs in Saudi Arabia,” said the outside clergyman.
Since taking force in August, Prime Minister Imran Khan has looked for advances from neighborly nations, for example, China and Saudi Arabia, guaranteed to recuperate reserves stolen by degenerate authorities, and set out on a progression of prominent somberness measures.
On Tuesday, the leader struck a year bargain for a parity of installments help amid his visit to Saudi Arabia, which will store $3 billion with Pakistan’s national bank and give a coordinating one-year conceded installment office for oil imports.
Leader Imran Khan is planned to address the country on Wednesday night in which he is relied upon to reveal insight into advancements amid his ongoing visit to Saudi Arabia.