Abu Dhabi, 27 November 2023 (TDI): Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan, Anwar-Ul-Haq Kakar on Sunday reached Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on a two-day official visit from 26th to 28th November.
Upon his arrival, Prime Minister Kakar was received by the Minister of Justice of the United Arab Emirates, Abdullah Sultan bin Al Nuaimi, and Pakistani diplomatic staff at Al Bateen Airport of Abu Dhabi.
During his visit, the Prime Minister is scheduled to meet with the President of the United Arab Emirates, His Highness Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed.
The interaction between both leaders will provide an opportunity to advance bilateral ties in all spheres including political, economic, trade and investment, culture, defense, and people-to-people relations.
The Prime Minister’s visit to UAE will also include signing various Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Pakistan and the UAE.
The MOUs signed will be across diverse sectors including investment cooperation in the sectors of Energy, Port Operations Projects, Wastewater Treatment, Food security, Logistics, Mining, Aviation, and Banking and financial services.
Both the countries of Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates enjoy warm and long-standing fraternal ties that have stood multiple tests of time.
Earlier this week, the spokesperson of Foreign Affairs Pakistan, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, during the weekly press brief announced that the Prime Minister will participate in the World Climate Action Summit in Dubai.
The World Climate Action Summit is scheduled to take place from 1-2 December as part of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2023 (COP-28).
The interim Premier will present Pakistan’s vision for climate change and call for the implementation of common climate commitments across all areas, including mitigation, adaptation, climate finance, and loss and damage.
Prime Minister Kakar’s visit to Dubai will include participation in the high-level events at the Summit and bilateral meetings with counterparts from participating countries.