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Islamabad: (Web Desk) Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif and the President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan reiterated their determination to further expand and diversify the brotherly ties between the two countries.
Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif had a telephone conversation with the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan, during which he congratulated the 51st National Day of the United Arab Emirates.
Reiterating the brotherly ties between Pakistan and the UAE, the two leaders reiterated their mutual commitment to expand and diversify the special bilateral relationship.
Shahbaz Sharif paid tribute to Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founding president of the United Arab Emirates, for his role in laying the foundation for close and fraternal relations between the two countries and said that Sheikh Zayed had previously visited bin Sultan Al Nahyan in Pakistan regularly and in Pakistan. He also financially supports various welfare projects in the social sector, Sheikh Zayed Hospital is the best example of his services for Pakistan, his name will be remembered in his philanthropic works.
The Prime Minister also thanked the President of the United Arab Emirates for the assistance in the form of financial aid and assistance to Pakistan after the recent flood disaster in Pakistan.
The President of the United Arab Emirates welcomed the greetings from the Prime Minister and expressed his best wishes for the people of Pakistan.
The Prime Minister extended an invitation to the President of the United Arab Emirates to visit Pakistan, which was accepted by Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
He said that Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates have enjoyed close brotherly ties for five decades, bound tightly by common faith, common values ​​and culture. is a great source of