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Saudi Arabia, Pakistan sign agreement to improve education, health projects in Azad Kashmir, KP

Pakistani and Saudi officials meet today in Islamabad.

Thursday:  Pakistan and Saudi Arabia officials met in Islamabad and discussed the primary sectors such as Health and Education. Additionally, three Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) were signed jointly for grant projects in Azad Kashmir and KPK for bringing reforms in the education and health sectors.

On behalf of both the governments, senior officials discussed the matters. Secretary Economic Affair Divisions Syed Ghazanfar Ali Abbas Jillani and the Chief executive Officer Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) signed three Memorandum of Understanding.

Finance Minister Asad Umer and Saudi Arab delegation led by Chairman SFD and advisor to the crowned Prince held a meeting discussing finance and struggling economy of the country, after which the formal signing ceremony took place at the Ministry of Finance in Islamabad.

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