UAE Ambassador Hamad Ubaid Ibrahim Salim Al Zaabi held a meeting with Federal Interior Minister of Finance and Revenue sector of Pakistan Muhammad Ishaq Dar. Both the officials discussed the strong bilateral and trade relationship between Pakistan and UAE.
The Finance Minister and ambassador of UAE discussed the long ties between both brotherly nations and exchanged views on strengthening these ties to a greater level. The ambassador of UAE highlighted that UAE is fully ready to work on economy sector of Pakistan. Both the countries share close historical terms which can be grow stronger through new investments plan.
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Finance Minister Ishaq Dar stated that Pakistan and UAE are already working together in many sectors like energy, power, petroleum and other trade products. We still have a lot of new ways to start projects. He further added that UAE always helped Pakistan in time of needs and Pakistan will provide full support for starting new investment projects.
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The Ambassador of UAE and Finance Minister discussed the views on recent visit of UAE President to Pakistan. They discussed the bilateral, military and trade relationship between both the nations and concluded that such kind of visits would be helpful in strengthening the ties.
Pakistan and UAE practice historical strong relationship, a lot of Pakistani people live and work in UAE. This strong ties is helpful for future also. The Finance Minister Ishaq Dar added that Pakistan and people of Pakistan warmly welcome the UAE leadership to start investment projects in Pakistan. It would be helpful for Pakistan in boosting economy.
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The Finance Minister welcomed the UAE’s idea of new investment in energy, petroleum and economy sector of Pakistan saying that it is a great effort of UAE to help Pakistan in era of crises.
In the end, he paid gratitude to UAEs leadership for providing full cooperation and support to people of Pakistan in time of flood as well as in on-going financial crises.