Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday extended an invitation to Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed al Nahyan to visit Pakistan, Express News reported.
Sheikh Mohammad, who is also Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, accepted the invitation in a telephonic conversation between the two leaders.
Moreover, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief also apprised the crown prince on his government’s vision for the country.
He lent his country’s support to the PTI-led government while hoping that the prime minister would be able to achieve the long-term goals set for a prosperous and flourishing Pakistan.
On October 18, a UAE delegation was expected to come to Pakistan, but the next day PM Imran was set to meet Qatar’s foreign minister leading to the cancellation of the delegation’s visit.
On September 19, on his official visit to the UAE PM Imran had held talks with the crown prince in which both the leaders had vowed to foster bilateral ties.
A wide-range of issues in terms of the bilateral relations between the two countries was discussed during the meeting.