Abu Dhabi crown prince visits Pakistan.
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan on arrives in Pakistan for a one-day visit on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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01-HUGE POSTER BEARING PICTURES OF PAKISTANI PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN (RIGHT), ABU DHABI CROWN PRINCE SHEIKH MOHAMMAD BIN ZAYED AL NAHYAN (MIDDLE) AND PAKISTANI PRESIDENT DR. ARIF ALVI (LEFT)
02-PAKISTANI AND UAE FLAGS
03-VARIOUS OF RED CARPET
04AIRCRAFT CARRYING SHEIKH MOHAMMAD BIN ZAYED AL NAHYAN, TAXI-ING
05PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN ARRIVING WITH OFFICIALS
07MOHAMMAD BIN ZAYED AL NAHYAN STEPPING DOWN FROM PLANE/KHAN AND AL NAHYAN EMBRACING EACH OTHER
08CHILDREN PRESENTING BOUQUETS TO AL NAHYAN
09AL NAHYAN TALKING TO OFFICIALS
10-KHAN AND AL NAHYAN WALKING
11-AL NAHYAN SHAKING HANDS WITH UAE EMBASSY OFFICIALS
12-VARIOUS OF KHAN AND AL NAHYAN GETTING INTO CAR
13-AL NAHYAN AND KHAN SEEN SITTING IN CAR WITH KHAN IN DRIVING SEAT
14-CAR BEING DRIVEN AWAY
15-AL NAHYAN AND KHAN SEATED WHILE HOLDING ONE-ON-ONE MEETING
17-AL NAHYAN NODDING
STORY: Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Sunday (January 6) arrived in Pakistan for a one-day official visit on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Prime Minister welcomed the dignitary upon his arrival. A red carpet reception was accorded to the crown prince as he disembarked from the aircraft, followed by a 21-gun salute.
Later, the Abu Dhabi crown prince held a one-on-one meeting with the prime minister, followed by delegation-level talks.
The visit is the third interaction between the leadership of Pakistan and UAE in less than three months.
UAE is Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East and a major source of investments. It is home to more than 1.6 million expatriate community which contributes around $4.5 billion annually to the GDP, the press release said.
Pakistan and UAE are already working closely to transform the existing special relations into a “Long-Term Strategic Economic Partnership”, as agreed between the two leaders during the prime minister’s visit to UAE on November 18.
Earlier in a telephonic conversation, PM Khan had extended an invitation to the crown prince to visit Pakistan.
The UAE has finalised a financial package of $6.2 billion for Pakistan, which comprises of $3.2bn worth of oil supplies on deferred payment and a $3bn cash deposit.
The deferred payment facility will help Pakistan save around $6.4 billion on oil and gas imports from the two countries.
Pakistan has already received $2bn in cash from KSA and the third installment of $1bn is due in the first week of February.