Hamad Obaid Al Zaabi, UAE Ambassador to Pakistan, met Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and Governor Imran Ismail in Karachi on Friday.
They discussed investment, development and humanitarian projects being carried out by the UAE in Sindh.
During a visit to financial institutions in Karachi, Ambassador Al Zaabi apprised them of investment opportunities in the UAE and facilities provided to investors.
The ambassador said the embassy was closely following up on the progress of projects the UAE is implementing in the province, covering vital sectors such as telecommunications, agriculture, water, aviation, banking services, property, port management, oil and gas, renewable energy, education, healthcare and infrastructure.
The ambassador also referred to the proposed opening of UAE visa facilitation centres in Islamabad and Karachi.
Ambassador Al Zaabi also visited the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the main financial market in Karachi and discussed with officials measures to strengthen economic cooperation.
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He said a visa centre would be set up in Karachi in September which would be the biggest such facility in Asia.
The ambassador said that another facility would start functioning in Islamabad in the first week of October, offering all facilities in Pakistan.
The ambassador was accompanied by Bakheet Al Romaithi, UAE’s Deputy Consul-General in Karachi, during these visits.