Prince Fahd bin Sultan receives Pakistani award
2007-01-19 - Arab News - Fahd bin Sultan bin Abd al-Aziz, son of Crown Prince Sultan and Governor of Tabuk, was presented with the Hilal-e Pakistani award at a special ceremony in Aiwan-e Sadar by President Musharraf. The award was given in recognition of the Prince's efforts in promoting ties of friendship and co-operation between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. 

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