NOURNEWS - Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan is scheduled to travel to Islamabad this week for a two-day visit to Pakistan. Bin Farhan will discuss bilateral relations on a variety of topics, including military and oil fields, as well as developments in Yemen and Iran's nuclear talks, during a two-day visit to Islamabad with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Pakistan's army commander, Saudi media said. This comes after the news received by Nournews indicates that Bin Farhan's trip was planned by Washington's orders and aimed at persuading Pakistan to provide a military base in the north of the country to U.S. troops to dominate the situation in Afghanistan and support terrorist groups' movements. Following the announcement of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan in recent weeks, the White House, in the context of its new scenario of reducing infantry and increasing the quality of troops in the country, put a lot of pressure on Pakistan to seize at least one military base on the border with Afghanistan as part of its new scenario of reducing infantry and increasing its quality forces. Pakistani officials, especially Imran Khan himself, have repeatedly opposed the issue, which has raised concerns in Washington. According to this news; apparently, in addition to the financing of terrorists in Afghanistan, Riyadh has also taken on the task of coordinating in Islamabad with Washington's goals and plans.