FM Qureshi held a telephonic conversation with his ‘UAE’ counterpart, to discuss COVID-19.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday held a telephonic discussion with his United Arab Emirates ‘UAE’ partner, Sheik Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan to examine matters identified with the worldwide wave of COVID-19 and possibilities of upgraded respective collaboration to together address the circumstance.

FM Qureshi instructed his partner about the most recent circumstance of the occurrence in Pakistan and the means taken by the legislature for its regulation.

In the wake of the worldwide outbreak and its broad economic outcomes, He featured the call by Prime Minister Imran Khan for obligation ease and rebuilding to make the financial space expected to spare human lives and shore up economies. Right now, additionally emphasis the requirement for close financial collaboration to ease the effect of the economic declined.

While saying thanks to the UAE for convenient sending back of Pakistani residents from Dubai Airport, the foreign minister praised the measures received by the UAE authorities to reduce the spread of the infection.

On the event, the UAE foreign minister expanded his sympathies on the loss of lives in Pakistan. He noticed that solid advances would be required all inclusive to ease the effect of Covid-19 on the economies.

He emphasized that UAE would be taking care of its own residents just as rejects in the Emirates against the pandemic. The foreign minister likewise offered UAE’s help in compatibility of distant learning training programs in Pakistan.

The different sides allowed to remain in contact for powerful regulation of the occurrence and offer prescribed procedures right now.

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