pm kakar’s spiritual and diplomatic pilgrimage from the us uk to saudi arabia
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has been on a diplomatic trip. He visited the United States, the United Kingdom and now Saudi Arabia. His visit to Saudi Arabia is very important for both religious and diplomatic reasons.
When he arrived in Saudi Arabia he received a warm welcome from Madina’s Governor, Faisal bin Salman-al-Saud. His plans include visiting the sacred Roza-e-Rasool (PBUH) in Masjid-e-Nabvi and performing Umrah the next day. These religious activities show his strong faith and the significance of Saudi Arabia for Muslims worldwide.
Apart from his spiritual activities, PM Kakar is also expected to have important diplomatic meetings during his stay in Saudi Arabia. These meetings will underline the lasting and strategic relationship between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
His journey started with a trip to the United Nations General Assembly on September 17. In his speech he talked about Pakistan’s commitment to peace in the region. He asked powerful countries to mediate and encourage India to accept Pakistan’s proposal for peaceful discussions about strategic and conventional weapons. PM Kakar also tell about the importance of friendly relations with neighboring countries. Most importantly India and the significance of UN resolutions in resolving the Kashmir issue.
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After the UN address he stayed in the United States for six more days, likely engaging in more diplomatic discussions. Later he went to the United Kingdom on September 24, where he met with British investors. During these meetings, he confirmed Pakistan’s commitment to a $3 billion International Monetary Fund (IMF) program and promised to make needed changes as part of the IMF agreement.
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PM Kakar’s diplomatic efforts reached a peak when he spoke at the Oxford Union and he also shared Pakistan’s vision and policies with the global audience.