Islamabad: Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to enhance bilateral relationships in different fields including trade, investment and religious tourism.
The agreement between the two countries came at a meeting between Pakistan Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin and Ambassador of the UAE Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al-Zaabi held in Islamabad on Tuesday.
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The two sides expressed delight over the present strong associations between the two countries.
FM Shaukat Tarin highlighted various initiatives undertaken by the incumbent government to enhance the economic development of the country.
The UAE’s Ambassador encouraged the initiatives and reiterated the importance of the bilateral relations saying his country greatly values its bilateral relations with Pakistan.