Prime Minister Imran Khan says now is not the time to discuss improving Pakistan-India relations.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that improving ties with India was important, but that it was “not a good time” to talk about it after Pakistan’s rout in the T20 World Cup.
The premier praised Pakistan’s youth and strategic location while speaking at the Pakistan-Saudi Investment Forum in Riyadh.
With Afghanistan, we have access to Central Asian markets, two of the world’s largest markets.
In the wake of Pakistan’s thrashing in the cricket match, he said, “I know it’s not the best time to talk about improving relations with India.”
The prime minister’s remarks come a day after Pakistan defeated India in a World Cup match for the first time. Pakistan had not won a World Cup match since 1992 in Australia (seven in 50 overs and six in Twenty20).
On the issue of Indian-occupied Kashmir, the Saudi premier said in Riyadh that the two countries should resolve it as “civilized” neighbors.
“It’s all about human rights and self-determination rights guaranteed by the UN Security Council 72 years ago.
“We have no issues granting them that right.”
Imagine how well these two countries could get along.
He said India would gain access to Central Asia via Pakistan, giving Pakistan access to two huge markets.
“I want the Saudi business community to understand that circumstances change. They always do.”
Successful business people are those who plan ahead and take risks. “Those who follow the crowd never truly excel in any field, let alone business.”
The prime minister said Saudi businessmen could benefit from Pakistan’s strategic location.
He urged investors to invest in the Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project and the Central Business District Project.
He also mentioned a 300,000 acre project along the Indus River. Water was available, but a canal was needed to irrigate the land. This entire area can be farmed with just a little energy.
He said the project had enormous potential for both countries.
PM Imran concluded his speech by stating his desire for improved bilateral relations. “A level that benefits both nations.
“Pakistan’s advantages are distinct from Saudi Arabia’s. So, if we work together, it will benefit both countries.”
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