Chief of the General Staff of the Saudi Royal Armed Forces of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Lt. General Fayyad bin Hamid Al-Ruwaili inaugurated Tuesday the Kingdom’s new military attaché headquarters in the Pakistani Capital, Islamabad.
The Chief of the General Staff said that the opening of Military Attaché in its new building reflects the wise leadership’s support for common interests and the levels that cooperation between the two countries have reached in all fields, especially in defense and military, “which are a bridge of communication and fruitful cooperation between the Saudi armed forces and its Pakistani counterpart.”
The opening ceremony was attended by Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf Al-Malki, the Military Attaché of the Embassy, Major General Pilot Awad Al-Zahrani, the delegation accompanying him and the Military Attaché’s staff, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Earlier, the Chief of the General Staff of the Saudi Armed Forces met separately in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, Tuesday, with his Pakistani counterpart General Nadeem Raza, and Pakistani air force chief, Zaheer Ahmed Babar.
During the meetings, Lt. General Al-Ruwaili discussed a number of issues of common interest, as well as strengthening and developing relations in the military and strategic cooperation between the two countries.
The meetings were attended by Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf Al-Malki, and a number of officials from both sides.