PM Imran Khan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, discussed the Covid-19 pandemic | Instant News

ISLAMABAD: In an effort to address the situation arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have agreed to work closely together to effectively control the coronavirus outbreak.

The determination came during a telephone call made by the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Thanking the Crown Prince for forgiving Pakistani prisoners and the timely repatriation of Pakistanis from the UAE, the Prime Minister praised the steps taken by UAE authorities to reduce the spread of the pandemic.

The prime minister also told him about the latest coronavirus situation in Pakistan and the steps taken by the government to tackle the epidemic.

Regarding the deteriorating human rights and humanitarian situation in the Occupied Kashmir, PM Khan underlined that the recent domicile law in Occupied Kashmir clearly violates relevant UN Security Council resolutions and international law, including the 4th Geneva Convention.

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The prime minister praised the recent statement of the OIC and other international bodies which showed serious concern about the situation in occupied Kashmir.

While conveying his best wishes on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan expressed his condolences over the tragic accident of a PIA aircraft in Karachi that caused casualties.



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