The planned visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) to Pakistan has been postponed until a new schedule is confirmed.

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Initially planned for May 19, the visit was delayed with both parties working towards agreeing on a suitable time.

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The visit might be rescheduled after the Hajj and Eidul Adha holidays, likely in the third week of June.

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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif invited the crown prince during his official trip to Saudi Arabia, which was accepted.

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This visit would be Prince Mohammed bin Salman's third to Pakistan, reflecting the significance of the relationship between the two countries. 

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The Foreign Office spokesperson, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, assured that the public will be informed once the new schedule is confirmed 

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The delay provides an opportunity for both nations to finalize arrangements and align the visit with important events in the Islamic calendar.

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The visit is expected to strengthen bilateral ties and cooperation between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

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Details of the visit, including its agenda and duration, will be clarified once the new schedule is established.

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Anticipation remains high for the announcement of the revised dates for the crown prince's visit to Pakistan.