CAIRO (Reuters) – Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih held talks in Pakistan on Saturday on cooperation in refining, petrochemicals, mining and renewable energy, the official SPA news agency said, as Islamabad seeks to bolster its finances.
Falih met Pakistani Petroleum Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan and Maritime Affairs Minister Ali Zaidi during a visit to Pakistan and its port of Gwadar on the Indian Ocean, SPA said.
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The visit aimed to make final arrangements before signing memorandums of understanding with Pakistan in refining and other areas, the agency added.
The office of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on...
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