PAKISTAN-ABU DHABI/CROWN PRINCE
Local News Islamabad, ISLAMABAD
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Abu Dhabi crown prince visits Pakistan.
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed
Forces Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan pays a day long visit to
Islamabad to discuss bilateral matters and regional and international
issues of common interest.
SHOTLIST: ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (JANUARY 2, 2020) (PM OFFICE – ACCESS ALL)
- SECURITY PERSONNEL LINED UP AT NUR KHAN AIR BASE
- SPECIAL AIRCRAFT CARRYING CROWN PRINCE OF ABU DHABI AND DEPUTY SUPREME COMMANDER OF THE UAE ARMED FORCES SHEIKH MOHAMED BIN ZAYED AL NAHYAN
- FLAGS OF PAKISTAN AND UAE
- CONTINGENT STANDING
- UAE EMBASSY OFFICIALS
- PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN ARRIVING
- SHEIKH MOHAMED BIN ZAYED AL NAHYAN STEPPING DOWN FROM PLANE
- KHAN RECEIVING SHEIKH MOHAMED
- TWO CHILDREN HOLDING BOUQUETS
- CHILDREN PRESENTING BOUQUETS TO CROWN PRINCE
- MOHAMED AND KHAN WALKING
- MOHAMED SHAKING HANDS WITH PAKISTANI MINISTERS AND OFFICIALS OF UAE EMBASSY
- WIDE OF LUNCH
- MOHAMED AND KHAN SITTING
- KHAN AND MOHAMED TALKING
- MORE OF LUNCH
STORY: Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan paid a day long visit to Islamabad on Thursday (January 2) and held talks with Pakistani leadership.
The crown prince held a one-on-one meeting with the prime minister who also hosted a luncheon for the guest.
During the meeting, the leadership exchanged views covering bilateral matters and regional and international issues of common interest.
Earlier, upon arrival at Nur Khan Airbase, Prime Minister Imran Khan received him along with his cabinet members. Traditionally attired two children presented bouquet to the foreign guest who is the first foreign dignitary to visit Pakistan in the new year.
The crown prince was accompanied by a high-level delegation who is in Islamabad on his second visit as he had last visited the country in January last year.
According to Foreign Office, the frequent exchange of high-level visits between Pakistan and the UAE was reflective of the importance that the two countries attached to their fraternal ties. The crown prince’s visit would contribute to further enhancement of multi-faceted collaboration between Pakistan and the UAE.
The UAE is Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East and a major source of investments. The UAE is also among Pakistan’s prime development partners in education, health and energy sectors. It hosts more than 1.6 million expatriate Pakistani community, which contributes remittances of around $4.5 billion annually to the GDP.