Pakistan, UAE reaffirm resolve to further cement and diversify bilateral ties
Islamabad : Pakistan and United Arab Emirates have reaffirmed the resolve to further cement and diversify bilateral ties.
The commitment came in telephonic interaction between the Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The two leaders reaffirmed the close fraternal relations between the two countries and discussed ways to further strengthen them.
Prime Minister Imran Khan conveyed his appreciation for UAE’s cooperation and steadfast support including at multilateral fora.
The Prime Minister underscored the importance of responsible withdrawal and steady progress by the Afghan parties towards a political solution.
Both leaders welcomed efforts to enhance collaboration in COVID-19 vaccine production and in the field of Information Technology.
It was also agreed to continue with the momentum of high-level exchanges to further strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries.
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