Pakistan and Saudi Arab on Tuesday agreed to explore new avenues for investment as such cooperation always play a central role in bringing nations closer and help build a long lasting and mutually beneficial relationship at all levels. In this regard, Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani while leading a delegation of the Senators held meeting Chairman of Saudi Shura Council in Riyadh and exchanged views of matter of mutual interests besides strengthening trade and economic relations.Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani said that Pakistan desires to further strengthen bilateral multi-sector cooperation with Saudi Arabia. He said that Pakistan highly values it bilateral cordial relations with Saudi Arabia. “We want to further strengthen cooperation through frequent exchanges” Sanjrani said. Chairman Senate said that Pakistan wanted peace in the region as durable peace was direly needed for sustainable development. Chairman Senate was accompanied by Senators Muhammad Talha Mehmood, Dilawar Khan, Naseebullah Bazai, Fida Muhammad Khan, Khanzada Khan, Ahmad Khan and Ghous Muhammad Khan Niazi.The delegation later visited building of Saudi Shura Council and witnessed the proceedings of the Council. Speaker of the Shura Council also hosted reception in honour of the Pakistani delegation. Published in Daily Times, December 19th 2018.