Saudi Arabia has finally put an end to the two-decade-long friendship between the two countries, with Pakistan ending debt and oil supplies. According to media reports, a part of the $ 6.2 billion packages announced by Saudi Arabia in November 2018, now Saudi Arabia needs returns from Pakistan. Pakistan has been asked to pay 1 billion dollars. The $ 6.2 billion packages contained a total of $ 3 billion in debt and an oil loan facility, which included $ 3.2 billion.
According to information from sources, the deal was made when Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited Pakistan in February last year. The latest trend has come to light after Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi gave a stern warning to the Saudi Arabian-led Muslim Cooperation Organization (OIC) for not taking a stand against India on the Kashmir issue. Speaking to the media, Qureshi said that "If you do not come forward in this matter, I will force PM Imran Khan to call a meeting of Muslim countries who are ready to stand with us on the issue of Kashmir." "
He added that "once again I am respectfully telling the OIC that we want a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers. He said that the way Pakistan separated itself from the Kuala Lumpur summit after Saudi Arabia's appeal They should also be against us. And against India. Islamabad is insisting on the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) since Article 370 was abolished by India last year.