The UAE economic team will visit Pakistan to discuss the implementation of the resolutions adopted by both countries at a recent summit in Abu Dhabi. The statement came a day after Prime Minister Shehbaz visited the Gulf province over the weekend after wrapping up his three-day official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
During a visit to the UAE, Shehbaz Sharif met with Royal Prince Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Nahyan and discussed increasing trade relations between the two countries. Furthermore, In a tweet, Minister Aurangzeb said the UAE economic team would meet with Prime Minister Shehbaz in Lahore on Tuesday and discuss proposals to accelerate economic cooperation between the two countries. “It will clarify ways and means to improve trade and investment relations,” the minister said on Twitter. The team will be briefed on Pakistan’s investment and environmental policy, and discussions will focus on partnerships in the energy sector and the petroleum industry.
During a visit to the UAE, PM Shehbaz Sharif and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Prince of Abu Dhabi and the Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed Forces, discussed talks to improve relations between the two nations. Furthermore, according to a joint statement, the leaders also discussed opportunities to develop cooperation in various sectors.
The two leaders exchanged greetings on the arrival of Eid Al-Fitr and wished progress and prosperity to the Islamic world and all nations of the world. However, Sheikh Mohammed emphasized the historical relationship between the two nations and the important role played by the Pakistani community in the UAE is the country’s successful development campaign.
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