Oman: Sartaj Aziz Meets Pakistani Community
ISLAMABAD, Sept three (APP): authority to the Prime Minister on
Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz Sat addressed a formidable gathering of 600 Pakistanis representing all sections of Pakistani community across Oman as well as residents from Salalah.
The authority expressed deep appreciation for the
contributions of Overseas Pakistanis in economic and social
development of the country and shared his vision on
strengthening the present bonds of friendly relationship with the
Sartaj Aziz, WHO arrived in Muscat on Sat, is on a
two-day bilateral visit to Oman at the invite of Yusuf Bin
Alawi, Minister chargeable for Foreign Affairs of country
of Oman, a handout issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here aforementioned.
Advisor on Foreign Affairs aforementioned that in his visit he
would be discussing with Omani leadership, concrete measures to accentuate cooperation in oil and gas and increasing trade and defense ties.
Pakistan’s Ambassador, Ali Javed, whereas hospitable Sartaj
Aziz and lightness the importance of the latter’s visit,
expressed feeling to the community for his or her active
participation and support in preparations for the event.
There area unit 1 / 4 million Pakistanis residing in Oman.
During year that resulted in Gregorian calendar month, Pakistanis remitted
$ 819 million to their fatherland.
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In the education sector, there area unit seven faculties underneath
Pakistan establishment, as well as college for youngsters with
special wants, wherever 6000 kids from a spread of
nationalities, additionally to Pakistanis, area unit registered.
Schools from Pakistan’s non-public sector, including
Beaconhouse, town college and yankee Lycetuff have additionally
established many branches, line of work to the tutorial
PIA, Shaheen Air and Air Blue area unit in operation twenty six flights
per week between Muscat and Asian nation whereas NESPAK, and Habib Bank with seven branches in 3 cities, are gift in Oman.
In addition, Pak-Oman fund, a US $ 100
million venture, maintains its workplace in Muscat.