United Arab Emirates’ significant decision for the flood-affected people of Sindh

Karachi: Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Al-Zaabi of the United Arab Emirates had an important meeting with the Consul General of the UAE, Bakheet Atiq Al-Rumaiti, accompanied by Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah.

During the meeting, both sides agreed to strengthen bilateral relations and promote trade with the UAE.

The Ambassador informed the Chief Minister of Sindh that the UAE would assist the Sindh government in the reconstruction of homes for the flood-affected people.

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An agreement was also reached on expediting the implementation of the project regarding the construction of homes for the rehabilitation of the affected individuals.

Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Al-Zaabi stated that UAE investors, particularly in Sindh, have a deep interest in investing in Pakistan’s industries.

Bakheet Atiq Al-Rumaiti stated that the UAE government and the UAE Red Crescent are actively engaged in providing assistance to flood-affected people throughout Pakistan, including Sindh, day and night.

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He said that the UAE government is committed to providing every possible assistance to their Pakistani brothers in accordance with the directives, which will continue until the complete rehabilitation of the affected individuals.

During the conversation, Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah mentioned that Pakistan’s relations with the United Arab Emirates have been exemplary since the time of the late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

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During the meeting, the UAE Consul General also extended an invitation to the Chief Minister of Sindh for the wedding of his son, Hamad Bakheet Al-Rumaiti.

Chief Minister of Sindh expressed gratitude for the visit of the UAE Ambassador and Consul General and assured full cooperation in further strengthening bilateral relations.

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