KARACHI: In a meeting between the Consul General of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Bakheet Ateeq AL Remeithi, and Chief Secretary Sindh Syed Asif Hyder Shah discussions centred around ongoing and future collaborative projects aimed at supporting the people of Sindh, particularly those affected by natural disasters.

During the meeting, the Consul General briefed the Chief Secretary Shah on the UAE's initiatives, including the establishment of a hospital in Larkana and a housing scheme in Dadu, specifically designed to aid individuals and families impacted by flooding.

Expressing unwavering commitment, Consul General of UAE reiterated the UAE's solidarity with Pakistan during times of need. He also highlighted the significant contribution of over a million Pakistani residents in the UAE, who play a vital role in the development and progress of the Emirates.

Furthermore, the Consul General expressed the UAE's intention to continue its support by expanding housing and healthcare initiatives in Sindh. Emphasizing the importance of sustainable development, he outlined plans to build more houses and hospitals in the region.

Chief Secretary lauded the UAE government's initiatives in establishing the hospital in Larkana and the housing scheme in Dadu, recognising their immense impact on the local communities and their resilience in the face of adversity.

He conveyed heartfelt appreciation for the benevolent efforts of the United Arab Emirates, particularly emphasizing the importance of collaborative endeavours in fostering enduring bonds of friendship and cooperation between the two nations.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2024


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