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PM’s Malaysian visit likely to be postponed: sources

PM’s Malaysian visit likely to be postponed: sources
December 16, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The sources said on Monday that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Malaysian visit is likely to be postponed. It is pertinent to mention here that the prime minister was invited to attend Kuala Lumpur Summit on December 18. According to the sources, the schedule of the prime minister’s visit to Malaysia has not been finalised so far due to the emergence of reservations from some countries. The sources also said that Saudi Arabia may express reservations for attending the Kuala Lumpur Summit by Qatar. It was also reported that Pakistani officials are holding consultations with the stakeholders regarding the premier’s visit to attend Kuala Lumpur Summit. It is expected that the date of his visit will be finalised in within a few days. Currently, PM Imran Khan called on Bahrain Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa. The discussed the matters of mutual interest. On his arrival at Royal Palace, the prime minister was accorded a rousing welcome and presented the guard of honour. Prime Minister Imran Khan is on a one-day visit to Bahrain to attend the National Day of the country as Guest of Honour. Special Assistant to Prime Minister Zulfi Bukhari is also accompanying him. Prime Minister, Imran Khan, Bahrain, Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa He is visiting Bahrain at the invitation of King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa. This is the first visit of PM Khan to Bahrain since assuming office in August last year. Moreover, PM House has confirmed today that Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Geneva to attend the two-day session of Global Refugee Forum commencing from December 17 in Switzerland. PM Imran Khan will arrive in Switzerland on December 17 to attend the session of Global Refugee Forum being organised in Geneva on December 17-18 with the collaboration of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Swiss government.