PM welcomes UAE’s plan to invest $1B in Pakistan

PM UAE $1 billion investment
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and UAE Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan— Radio Pakistan

Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday welcomed the recent announcement by the United Arab Emirates to invest US$ 1 billion in various economic and investment sectors in Pakistan.

According to the APP, the prime minister expressed these views as he held a telephonic conversation with UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Earlier on Sunday, the prime minister, in a tweet, had thanked the UAE president for the investment his country was going to make in Pakistan’s various sectors.

PM Sharif highlighted the generous support extended by the UAE to Pakistan over the years, the PM Office said in a statement.

During the telephonic conversation, the two leaders exchanged views on matters of common interest.

Reaffirming the close fraternal ties between the two countries, they agreed to work closely to further enhance bilateral cooperation in different fields.

The prime minister offered his condolences on the damage caused by the recent floods in the Emirates, resulting loss of precious lives, including Pakistani nationals.

He also expressed his deepest sympathies with the Emirati brethren.

The UAE president also extended heartfelt commiserations on the loss of precious lives in floods in Pakistan, as well as on the martyrdom of army personnel in the recent helicopter crash.

Recalling the decisions taken during the visit of the Prime Minister to the UAE in April 2022, the two leaders reviewed the progress and resolved to further strengthen trade and economic ties, with particular focus on accelerating cooperation and building partnerships in areas comprising investments, energy, and infrastructure.

Pakistan and the UAE enjoy close fraternal ties, which are rooted firmly in common beliefs, and shared values and culture.

The UAE is Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East and a major source of investments and hosts more than 1.6 million Pakistanis.

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