ISLAMABAD: Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE’s Armed Forces Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan on Tuesday assured Pakistan for support in implementation of reform agenda.
He said this during a telephone call with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday afternoon. He also hoped that the new government would be successful in implementing its reforms agenda under the leadership of Imran Khan. They discussed bilateral issues of mutual interest.
Both sides expressed satisfaction on the existing momentum in relations between the two countries.
Imran shared his government’s vision and priorities with the crown prince. He invited the crown prince to visit Pakistan, which he accepted.
Earlier on Sunday, Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan visited the headquarters of the United Arab Emirates Air Force during his visit to the UAE.
Upon his arrival, a smartly turned out contingent of the UAE Air Force presented him the guard of honour.
Later, the air chief called on Commander UAE Air Force and Air Defence Ibrahim Nasser Mohammad Al-Alaw in his office.
During the meeting the air chief said the excellent mutual cooperation had always been a matter of pride for both the sides.
The commander UAE air force lauded the glorious history of Pakistan Air Force and also acknowledged the endeavours made by the PAF in modernisation and indigenisation of its fleet in recent years.
Both the dignitaries discussed ways and means to further enhance and continue exemplary mutual cooperation between the two air forces.