Omar Ayub, the Energy Minister has stated that the government is focusing on the TOURISM AND ENERGY sector projects by harnessing local resources for the generation of power.

As per the shared details, Omar Ayub Khan said this during a meeting with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Nawaf bin Saeed Ahmed Al-Malki who called on him on Wednesday.


The minister and ambassador deliberated upon joint ventures between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in the tourism and energy sector.

Khan said that revival of exploration and production activities in oil and gas sector would attract investment in the country. He also praised the envoy of the progress of various energy projects. In lieu of investment-friendly policies introduced by the incumbent government in diverse fields of economy.

“A diversified tourism and energy sector is one of the most attractive investment destinations. Therefore, leading to rapid economic growth,” he observed.

The ambassador stressed that the kingdom would continue to work with Pakistan. Hence, to strengthen bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries.

Separately, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to further promote and strengthen bilateral relations with Saudi Arabia, particularly in the field of tourism. He was talking to Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki in Islamabad.

The minister said that Pakistan will run two flights per week to the Saudi city of Abha. Therefore, it will further strengthen bilateral relations and promote tourism between the two countries.

Ghulam Sarwar Khan also termed the restoration of ties between Saudi Arabia and Qatar as a positive development for regional peace and security.

The Saudi ambassador appreciated  the steps taken by Pakistan to check the spread of Covid-19.

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