Former Saudi Ambassador Riaz Al-Khatib remembered for strengthening Pak-Saudi ties.

ISLAMABAD -- Former Saudi Ambassador Riaz Muhammad Fawad Hassan Al-Khatib, who played a significant role in strengthening the ties between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, was fondly remembered on Tuesday.

Saudi Press Attache Dr. Naif Al-Otaibi took to Twitter to pay tribute to the former ambassador, highlighting his notable achievement of inaugurating the King Faisal Library at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore. The inauguration took place on May 23, 1978. and t=ZDee3xmTnmDx_tvUcALw8g

During the inauguration, the ambassador revealed that the King Faisal Library boasted an impressive collection of 52,000 books and references. This establishment served as a beacon of knowledge for the students and faculty of UET, Lahore offering a wealth of resources to aid in their academic pursuits.

In addition to the vast collection of books, the ambassador also unveiled an exquisite oil painting of King Faisal, further immortalizing the revered leader's legacy.

The following tweet received widespread attention, as social media played a significant role in spreading the news far and wide. Thousands of...

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