Picture exhibition organized by UAE embassy to celebrate 50 years of friendship between Pakistan and Emirates

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A picture exhibition was organized by the UAE Embassy which was held to celebrate the glorious 50 years of the United Arab Emirates and the everlasting friendship between Pakistan and UAE.

Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Al-Zaabi Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates was the chief guest of the event at Centaurus.

The event showcased monumental milestones throughout the history of both nations. His Excellency and other diplomats from the UAE Embassy. After everyone had viewed the artwork.

CEO Sardar Group of Companies Sardar Yasir Ilyas, emphasized on the strong bilateral relations between the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan.

He recalled the beautiful history between Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates over the past 50 years and narrated on the strong bond shared between both of the brotherly nations. The UAE has been a brotherly country that has always contributed towards the growth of Pakistan.

Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Al-Zaabi stated that 50 years might seem like a long time, but this is just the beginning of a long and prosperous friendship.

He further stated that the UAE government has tried to provide support in every segment to make Pakistan a progressive country. As evident from the pictures of mosques, polio campaigns, development in both education and infrastructure are just a few of the many areas portraying the contributions of UAE towards Pakistan.

Furthermore despite any Geo-Political Issue, the UAE has always helped Pakistan to prosper further.

Sardar Yasir Ilyas Khan expressed his gratitude towards the UAE government and clarified how much of a huge role they have played in developing the health and education sectors of Pakistan.

Further he also emphasized on the presence of His Excellency’s entire team during the event which is sheer evidence of the friendly relationship between the two nations.

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