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Abu Dhabi Crown Prince arrives Noor Khan airbase in Islamabad


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

02nd Jan, 2020. 02:01 pm
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Abu Dhabi Crown Prince

Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrives in Islamabad for a day-long lookup here on Thursday.

Prime Minister Imran Khan received Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi at Noor Khan airbase.

Abu Dhabi crown prince will hold meetings with the top Pakistani leadership.

He will have a one-on-one meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.

It will be followed by a luncheon to be hosted by the premier, according to the Foreign Office spokesperson.

Frequent exchange of high-level visits between Pakistan and the UAE is reflective of the importance that the two countries attach to their fraternal ties.

She added the visit also illustrates the strength and substance of the Pakistan-UAE special relationship.

Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi expected to visit Islamabad on Jan 2

The UAE is Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East and a major source of investments.

It is also among Pakistan’s prime development partners in education, health, and energy sectors.

UAE hosts more than 1.6 million expatriate Pakistani community.

It will contribute remittances of around $4.5 billion annually to the GDP.

The visit of Crown Prince will contribute to further enhancement of multi-faceted collaboration between Pakistan and the UAE.

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had made a telephone call to the Crown Prince and exchanged views on bilateral relations.

Matters of mutual interest, regional and international affairs were came under discussion during the  conversation.

The two leaders had also discussed ways of further deepening bilateral cooperation in all spheres.

They agreed to maintain close consultations on regional and international issues.

Earlier on October 4, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) invested five billion dollars in an oil refinery project in Pakistan.

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