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.
Mozzam Ahmad Khan expressed his appreciation of the prudent policy being pursued by the UAE President and his prominent role at the regional and international levels.
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.
Sheikh Mohamed received a phone call from the Pakistani leader, during which they exchanged views on the latest regional and international developments and issues of common concern.
The conferring of the Hilal-i-Pakistan or Crescent of Pakistan by President Arif Alvi is a well-deserved honour for Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs. It is well known that Sheikh Mansour has taken stupendous efforts in supporting Pakistan in the humanitarian and development
Community representation from all segments of life attended the ceremonies and also vowed to continue their support with Kashmiris especially in the revoking of their special status recently by the government of India.
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.
"We have been informed deserving community members through phone to book their tickets for upcoming special flights of PIA and the tickets have been issuing through special counters set up at the Terminal 2, Dubai International Airport,” he said.
Those were among who earlier registered on the website provided by the two embassies to return their homeland out of a total of 450,000 Indians and 80,000 Pakistanis.
“So far, 113,154 Pakistani nationals have been repatriated from different parts of the world. We thank all the governments of these countries for their cooperation in facilitating the repatriation of our nationals,” Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said.