The Saudi Geological Survey Board explore minerals in Pakistan.
Zaka Mohsin, Riyadh,
Saudi Minister of Industry and Minerals Bandar Al-Kharif has said that Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are cooperating with each other in the fields of industry and minerals which is laudable. Saudi Arabia has deep ties with Pakistan at all levels.
Saudi Minister for Minerals and Industries Bandar Al-Kharif said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Saudi Arabia would strengthen the interests of the two brotherly countries in important fields, especially in industry and minerals.
He said that during 2020, Saudi Arabia exported more than 2.75 billion riyals worth of goods to Pakistan besides oil while 1.97 billion riyals worth of goods were imported from Pakistan.
Saudi Minister of Industry and Minerals said that import and export of non-oil products between the two countries is on the rise.
Food, minerals, chemicals, construction materials, consumer goods, electronic goods are in advancements. Bandar al-Kharif said the introduction of a mineral investment law in Saudi Arabia would open up new avenues of co-operation with Pakistan in this area.
Saudi Geological Survey Board to conduct aerial and geophysics inspections for minerals in Pakistan. In this context, new opportunities will be created in Pakistan for Saudi, local and foreign investors