Abrar ul Haq, Chairman Pakistan Red Crescent Society


Waqar Naseem Wamiq, Riyadh – Abrar Ul Haq, Chairman, Pakistan Red Crescent Society visited the Embassy.

Abrar ul Haq, Chairman Pakistan Red Crescent Society calls on Ambassador of Pakistan

During meeting with the Ambassador, he discussed issues relating to Pakistani diaspora.

Mr Abrar Ul Haq expressed his concerns regarding illegal Pakistanis as well as plight of Pakistani prisoners in the Kingdom.

He appreciated the services rendered by the Embassy for the welfare of the community.

Mr Abrar ul Haq is visiting the Kingdom to discuss issues related to Pakistani prisoners with his Saudi counterparts.

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