Dubai/Abu Dhabi: His Highness Shaikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces on Sunday held official talks with Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and discussed about bilateral relations and ways to boost them.
While receiving the Pakistani Prime Minister at the Presidential Palace, Abu Dhabi, Shaikh Mohammad hoped that Khan’s visit on UAE can boost the friendship and cooperation relations between the UAE and Pakistan.
Mohamed bin Zayed and the Pakistani Prime Minister discuss enhancing bilateral ties as well as a number of issues of mutual interest. pic.twitter.com/tQC3FaCNXk
During the meeting, both side discussed areas of cooperation, promising opportunities and various means of supporting and developing them, especially in trade, economic and investment aspects.
They also discussed ways of how boost the UAE-Pakistani relations to a wider future horizon of cooperation and joint action to achieve the aspirations of both countries and peoples.
They also reviewed regional and international developments as well as a number of issues of mutual concerns.
Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed stressed that UAE-Pakistani relations are based on a long history of joint work, trust, respect and mutual interests. He expressed his hope to continue developing these relations at all levels and aspects for the benefit of the two countries and peoples.
“The UAE, under the leadership of President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan is keen to consolidate its relations with friendly countries and expand them on the basis of trust, understanding, mutual respect and common interests to achieve sustainable development, peace and promote the values of coexistence and tolerance on the regional and global levels” Shaikh Mohammad said.
Prime Minister Khan emphasised his country’s drive to develop and strengthen relations further with the UAE across multiple sectors.