Participation in the Geneva Conference is an expression of solidarity with Pakistan, Saudi Arabia

Riyadh: The Cabinet of Saudi Arabia says that participation in the Geneva Conference is an expression of solidarity with Pakistan.

According to foreign media, the meeting of the Saudi cabinet was held in Irqa Palace under the chairmanship of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz. In the meeting The report of meetings and negotiations of the Saudi leadership was presented.

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The cabinet expressed solidarity with the participation in the Geneva conference to help Pakistan. The cabinet said that Saudi Arabia stands with Pakistan to deal with the problems caused by the floods.

The cabinet said that Expressing full solidarity with the flood victims of Pakistan is essential. Participation in the Geneva conference is important to help flood victims.

It should be remembered that the Federal Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Maryam Aurangzeb, said after the Geneva Conference that the brotherly country Saudi Arabia has announced one billion dollars to help Pakistan, this announcement has been made to support the rehabilitation work.

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In the conference, Pakistan had presented an estimate of more than 16 billion dollars for rehabilitation works. The international community strongly expressed solidarity with the flood victims, while various countries and international organizations announced more than 11 billion dollars.

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