Earlier, members of the team comprise security, media and doctors of Saudi prince arrived in the federal capital.
ISLAMABAD: Five trucks full carrying personal amenities of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have reached Islamabad, ahead of his two-day visit to Pakistan.
According to media reports, the amenties includes his exercise equipment, furniture and other personal belongings, the Dawn News reported quoting Saudi Embassy sources.
Mohammad Bin Salman accompanied by a high-powered team of 630-member delegation likely to bring an investment deals worth billions of dollars in the country.
He will arrive in Islamabad this week, although an exact date of his arrival has not yet been disclosed. Earlier, members of the team comprise security, media and doctors of Saudi prince arrived in the federal capital.
This will be Mohammed bin Salman’s first-ever visit to Pakistan as the crown prince. The powerful heir to the oil-rich kingdom is arriving here on an invitation extended to him by the Prime Minister Imran Khan.
While the crown prince himself is likely to stay at the Prime Minister House, two of the top hotels in Islamabad have been booked fully for members of his staff, while two others have been partially booked.
Riyadh and Islamabad, decades-old allies, have been involved for months in talks to hammer out details of the deals in time for the high-profile visit.