Zubair Qureshi Islamabad
United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salim Zabi met Federal Minister of Finance and Revenue Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar on Wednesday, admiring the initiative initiated by the current government of Pakistan development-oriented economic policy and expressed interest in the UAE to increase and further invest in various sectors of the Pakistani economy.
Ishaq Dar, Minister of Finance, and Mr. Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salim Al-Zaabi, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, shared the deep-rooted fraternal relationship between the two countries and discussed ways to further strengthen economic and financial ties between the UAE and Pakistan.
Senator Ishakhdar, Finance Minister, said that Pakistan and the UAE are cooperating in various fields such as energy, refining, oil and trade, but there is still a lot of potential untapped. In this regard, the Finance Minister highlighted various ways in which the two countries could strengthen their existing trade and investment relationship.
Senator Ishaq Dar, Minister of Finance, welcomed the UAE’s investment proposal in Pakistan and expressed the government’s full support and cooperation.
Finally, the Minister of Finance thanked His Excellency for your kindness and cooperation and hoped that the bilateral relationship will be further strengthened in the future.
It is worth mentioning here that, in accordance with the special instructions of the President of the UAE, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in the UAE Red Crescent Society Chairman Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Under the direction of His Highness Al Nahyan, Hamad Bucht, Director of the Emirates Red Crescent, UAE Embassy Al Rumaithi and its staff are doing their best to help flood-affected people across Sindh and Balochistan The people of Pakistan and his local team.