Saudi King Salman wishes Pakistan President happy Independence Day
Kingdom's Crown Prince also sends cable of congratulations to Dr Arif Alvi.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, has sent a cable of congratulation to Pakistan President Dr Arif Alvi of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on the occasion of the country's 74th Independence Day today.
On behalf of him and the Saudi government and the people of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the King wished the President constant good health and happiness and the Government and people of Pakistan steady progress and prosperity.
#SaudiArabia's King Salman sent a message of felicitation to #Pakistan's President @ArifAlvi on Thursday, congratulating him on the 74th #IndependenceDay of his country that will be celebrated on Friday https://t.co/jFjDk50yXG- Arab News Pakistan (@arabnewspk) August 13, 2020
Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, endorsed King Salman's good wishes in a cable of his own to Dr Alvi.
Saudi Arabia didn't stop there in its efforts to commemorate Pakistan's proud day, either.
Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf bin Saeed Al Malki, recorded an Independence Day message in Urdu that went viral on social media.
#WATCH: Freedom has a new meaning for #Pakistanis celebrating their country's 73rd independence day after braving months of #coronavirus restrictions recently lifted. || #Pakistan- Arab News Pakistan (@arabnewspk) August 13, 2020
-#IndependenceDay2020: https://t.co/85afbbhinc pic.twitter.com/LPbABr3o85
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