ABU DHABI (Web Desk) – Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar, following his successful visit to the UAE, is set to embark on a two-day diplomatic mission to the State of Kuwait today (Tuesday). During this visit, the prime minister is scheduled to meet with Crown Prince Sheikh Meshal Al Jaber Al Sabah and Prime Minister Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf Al Ahmed Al Sabah. The agenda includes the signing of multiple Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) covering areas such as manpower, information technology, mineral exploration, food security, energy, and defense. The visit underscores the deep-rooted historical ties between Pakistan and Kuwait, commemorating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations in 2023. In a significant development during his stay in Abu Dhabi, Pakistan and the UAE signed multi-billion dollar MoUs to elevate economic and strategic cooperation, signaling a new era of bilateral collaboration. Prime Minister Kakar expressed optimism that these agreements would swiftly transition into tangible projects, fostering enduring partnerships between the nations.
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