Senator calls for cultural contact between Pakistan, Saudi Arabia

-Pakistani movies, dramas to be aired on Saudi media in Arabic

By Ajmal Khan Yousafzai

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Senator Faisal Javed Khan has said that to bring the people of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia closer to each other, the people of the two countries would be introduced to the culture and traditions of the two countries. He was talking to Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf bin Saeed Al Maliki at Saudi Embassy on Friday.
Issues of mutual interest of the two countries were also discussed during the meeting. It was decided that to bring the people of the two countries closer to each other, films and dramas on Islamic history and Saudi culture in Saudi Arabia will be dubbed in Urdu and aired on Pakistani media. Similarly, films and dramas made in Pakistan will be dubbed in Arabic and aired on Saudi Arabian media. Awareness will be gained which will bring them closer to each other.
Speaking on the occasion, Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki said that Pakistan is one of the leading countries and a strong advocate of the unity of the Ummah. Found a very beautiful and wonderful country. Prime Minister Imran Khan is a great leader whom the world respects. His services and vision for the unity of the Ummah is highly regarded in the entire Islamic world, especially in Saudi Arabia. Let the beautiful face be promoted to the world. On the occasion, Senator Faisal Javed also presented a book on tourism in Pakistan to the Saudi Ambassador.