Both Pakistan and the UAE have reaffirmed their commitment to developing and diversifying their unique bilateral relationship.
PM Shehbaz Sharif reportedly made the promise to UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan over the phone.
After recent destruction caused by climate-induced floods in Pakistan, the Prime Minister expressed gratitude to the President of the United Arab Emirates for the financial and material help to Pakistan.
The Prime Minister updated the President on preparations for the International Conference on Resilient Pakistan, which will be held in Geneva on the 9th of this month, and asked for His Highness’s approval of high-level participation from the United Arab Emirates.
The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan pledged his country’s full support for the Conference’s primary goal of bolstering Pakistan’s climate resilience programmes.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan extended another invitation to the President of the United Arab Emirates to visit Pakistan.
Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates have had strong brotherly ties over the last half century due to their similar beliefs, values, and culture. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is Pakistan’s most important Middle Eastern economic partner and investor.