Sheikh Abdullah presents the order to Moazzam Ahmad at a ceremony held at the foreign ministry's Diwan in Abu Dhabi on Monday. WAM
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, presented the order to the ambassador at a ceremony held at the ministry's Diwan in Abu Dhabi, on Monday.
Sheikh Abdullah commended the ambassador’s role in enhancing ties between the two countries and wished him success in all his future assignments.
Mozzam expressed his appreciation of the prudent policy being pursued by the UAE President and his prominent role at the regional and international levels.
He also extended thanks for the UAE government departments for supporting him in his missions to develop ties between the two countries.
A statement issued by the office of Pakistan's Prime Minister said that Pakistan appreciates this initiative, which would contribute to enhancing friendly bilateral relations.
Pakistan has signed the MoU with the UAE to “foster cooperation in the labour and human resources sector,” a statement by the Pakistan Embassy in Abu Dhabi said.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said the international community had the responsibility to urge India to halt and reverse its illegal actions and aggressive policies and postures in Occupied Kashmir, and Saudi Arabia and the UAE had an important role in that regard.
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The UAE has led the way in setting plans for the future. The only issue is that the technology is changing very fast. We still have progress to make in terms of changing the mindset, especially among government agencies that refuse to share their data — even with other departments, said Dr Saeed Al Matrooshi, CEO and Secretary-General at the Ajman Executive Council.
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