On Thursday, Education Minister Ahmed Al-Eissa told Pakistani Ambassador Khan Hasham bin Saddique during a meeting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has reserved scholarships for Pakistanis in undergraduate programs in diverse universities.
The minister informed the ambassador that the scholarships are given to the students, under an educational and cultural program between the two countries.
Al-Eissa said, this will help to the students from both countries to get benefit from respective educational opportunities.
The ambassador asked the minister to ease the organization of two purpose-built school buildings in Riyadh and Dammam. Their establishment will start soon.
Bin Saddique said, there are about 10 Pakistani school buildings in the Kingdom of Saudia and are rented.
He also said, We’re establishing these two systems in Dammam and Riyadh to call them our own, and they’ll be construct according to government enumeration.