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Ambassador Al-Zaabi says Pakistani Investors Must Apply for Green and Golden Visas in the UAE



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According to the UAE’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salim Al-Zaabi, Pakistani investors could make use of the UAE’s Green and Golden Visas programs in order to create connections with global markets.

The envoy told the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) that the UAE has implemented these visas in order to ensure that the maximum number of people can participate in Dubai Expo 2020.

A large range of investment, marketing, and export opportunities will be made available to worldwide investors as part of the Dubai Expo 2020. This will give a fresh push to economic activities in the region.

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Expo 2020 UAE

He went on to say that the FCCI would be provided with information on Green and Golden Visas within a few days.

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According to the envoy, two UAE visa centers are now active in Islamabad and Karachi, with a third office in Lahore set to open in the near future, according to the embassy.

He stated that the two countries have always had friendly relations with one another. Over 1.7 million Pakistanis are employed in the United Arab Emirates, where they not only contribute to the country’s economy but also send millions of dollars back to their home country.

Pakistan was the third country to recognize the United Arab Emirates (UAE) around 50 years ago, according to the ambassador, who also stated that the UAE will commemorate the 50th anniversary of its connection with Pakistan this year in a grand manner.

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