Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and Imran Khan hold talks in Islamabad. File
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, reviewed the prospects of further growing their bilateral relations across all fronts.
This came in a phone call Sheikh Mohamed received on Saturday from the Pakistani leader wherein they discussed regional and international issues of interest as well as ways of advancing cooperation between the two countries in confronting the menacing threat of terrorism to regional security and stability.
They also discussed the latest developments in the global battle against COVID-19 and underlined the importance of accelerating cooperation to staunch the virus' spread.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday spearheaded a long telethon, televised live on TV channels, to mobilise funds from the people at large to help the deserving persons affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in any way.
"Tomorrow we will partially open airspace for international flights. This is being done specially to help our overseas workers who have suffered most in this pandemic but have shown great courage and made us proud," the prime minister said on Twitter.
Imran has also appealed to the leaders of rich countries, the UN secretary general and heads of financial institutions to give debt relief to developing countries like Pakistan so that they could combat the deadly COVID-19 in a better way.
World leaders have condemned in "the strongest terms" the cowardly terrorist attack that targeted civil facilities and territories in the UAE on Monday.
The Brigades Media Center published a video clip documenting the unprecedented Houthi crime by exploiting the tools of international relief organizations to kill and terrorize Yemenis.
Lt. General Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior received British Home Secretary Priti Patel on Tuesday.