Ditching the super extra hosting techniques, PM Imran Khan went for a simpler dinner feel with Mohd bin Salman. 1 soup, 3 appetizers, 5 main course dishes and two dishes in desserts, followed by green tea were served to the Saudi Prince.
Earlier on, even small dinners used to have lavish menus but we guess Naya Pakistan is changing that trend, using people’s money on useful projects other than food.
Prince Salman, who was in Pakistan on a two-day historic visit, arrived at Nur Khan Airbase in Islamabad on Sunday evening. He was warmly received by Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and other government officials.
Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Khan also took the Twitter and said, “Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman won the hearts of the people of Pakistan when he said ‘consider me Pakistan’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia’ in response to me asking him to treat the 2.5 million Pakistani’s working in KSA as his own”.