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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have expressed their willingness to enhance their friendship.

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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have expressed a desire to deepen their long-standing friendship, which is built on shared faith, values, and culture.

This was discussed during a meeting between President Arif Alvi and other officials.

President Alvi stated that Pakistan values its relations with Saudi Arabia, which has always stood by Pakistan through tough times.

He said the two countries shared a lot of common ground on regional and global challenges.
The president emphasized the need of deepening a strategic and broad-based engagement with Saudi Arabia in a variety of sectors of common interest.

It was emphasized that businesspeople and chambers of commerce from both nations should connect regularly to strengthen bilateral economic partnerships.

President Alvi further stated that the over two million Pakistani diasporas living in Saudi Arabia contribute significantly to the success and development of both nations.

He also asked the ambassador to convey his warm regards to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Royal Highness and shared that the people of Pakistan pray for his good health and long life.

About Al-Nabawi Masjid (Mosque of the Prophet)

Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, also known as the Prophet’s Mosque, is a mosque in Medina that was founded and built by Prophet Muhammad. The second mosque established in the history of Islam, al-Masjid an-Nabawi, is currently one of the world’s largest mosques. The present configuration comes from the early 1990s.

Summary

The Prophet’s Mosque from the horizon, with the Green Dome in the distance. After Mecca’s Great Mosque, it is Islam’s second holiest place. It is open at all times, regardless of the day or hour. The first mosque was an open-air structure that also served as a communal center, a court, and a school. It was built next to Muhammad’s residence.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques is in charge of the mosque. The mosque is situated in what was once the heart of Medina, with several hotels and antique stores nearby. It is a popular pilgrimage destination. Because of its link to Muhammad, many pilgrims who undertake the Hajj travel to Medina to visit the mosque. The mosque has been expanded several times throughout the years, most recently in the mid-1990s. The green dome over the center of the mosque, where the tombs of Prophet Muhammad and early Islamic leaders Abu Bakr and Umar are housed, is one of the most remarkable aspects of the site.

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