ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia has agreed to grant a two-year multiple visa to Pakistani businessmen.

Reports said Saudi Authorities decided this after recommendation by the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI).

In this regard, a meeting between Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Abdullah Marzouk Al-Zahrani and President of the FPCCI Abdul Rauf Alam was also held in Pakistan in which leaders of the business community of Islamabad and Rawalpindi were also present.

During the meeting, the FPCCI highlighted various problems faced by the Pakistani business community in Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi Ambassador said his country will resolve all issues to facilitate Pakistanis. He said Saudia highly values its relations with brotherly Islamic country of Pakistan and vowed to enhance cooperation with Pakistan in various fields including trade, commerce and culture.

He said Saudi Arabia’s economy will be made beyond oil, which is a great opportunity for Pakistani investors.

The Saudi Ambassador said his country will inject new dynamism into economy only to ensure future growth, employment, and prosperity for Pakistani businessmen.

He said Pakistanis can now invest in Saudi Arabia’s agriculture, honey and beverages, processed food, oil, gas, petrochemicals, power, water and other sectors.

Education, training and human capital development, mass transport infrastructure including new rail, metro and bus links, environmental technology and services, ICT, consumer and luxury goods, security services, healthcare and life sciences, and mining are also among the sectors Pakistani businessmen can invest in, he added.

He said, Pakistani investors will be given all the facilities in the kingdom to establish their businesses.

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