Riyadh/Islamabad, 30 August 2022 (TDI): The Saudi leadership; Salman bin Abdulaziz the Saudi King, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent messages of condolences to the President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi.

Message by King Salman

King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Caretaker of the two Holy Mosques, has written a cable of solidarity and support to President Dr. Arif Alvi, President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Massive flooding in Pakistan spread through many provinces in Pakistan, harming and wounding hundreds of individuals.

In his message, the King conveyed deep sadness and sympathies to the President of Pakistan, the family members of the deceased, as well as the citizens of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

He sincerely wished the dearly departed forgiveness of Allah Almighty and salvation, their family members lots of patience, as well as the wounded a swift healing process.

He also pleaded to Allah Almighty to protect President Dr. Arif Alvi and the individuals of Pakistan from damage.

Message by the Crown Prince

Furthermore, Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister, also sent a message of gratitude and support to President Dr. Arif Alvi, President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

He sympathized with the victims of the floods that swept through several areas of Pakistan, wounding and taking the lives of a large number of individuals.

The Crown Prince conveyed deep grief and heartfelt condolences to the President and relatives of the departed ones in his letter. He also wished the departed souls Allah Almighty’s pardon and the wounded swift healing.

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Pakistan has had friendly ties with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) since the country’s creation in 1947. The two countries’ interactions are based on decades of religious, cultural, and commercial ties.

Over time, the two nations have also created a distinctive partnership for shared progress. Saudi Arabia has the most Pakistani foreigners, with roughly two million people.