Pakistan Motorway Police Driving License Will Be Soon Valid in UAE

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  • Pakistan Motorway Police’s driving license might be soon valid in UAE.
  • Officials from both countries are looking into the possibilities. 
  • It will improve bilateral relationships between both countries. 
  • Pakistan’s eTag and UAE’s Salik system was also discussed during the meeting between the ambassador of the UAE, and Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services.

In a refreshing first, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are in the process of examination to grant permissions to make driving license workable in both countries. Both countries are examining to make license issued by Pakistan’s Motorways Police valid in the UAE.

To make that possible, the officials from both Pakistani and UAE’s ministeries are in talks and have been asked to submit their recommendations to their respective governments. Hammad Obaid Ibrahimi Al Zaabi, the ambassador of the UAE, and Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed met in the federal capital Islamabad. The foreign ambassador lauded and appreciated the Pakistan government’s policies.

Pakistan’s driving license will be soon valid in the United Arab Emirates:

During the talks in both countries, it has been decided that a joint team of the Ministry of Communications and Motorway Police will be visiting UAE soon to look into the possibility of the proposed idea. The team will see how the application of licenses issued by the Motorways Police can be made possible in the UAE.

The Minister briefed the ambassador about Motorway Police’s driving authority and how they have improved their quality overtime by introducing innovation in their program. The utility of Pakistan’s eTag and UAE’s Salik system was also discussed during the meeting.

If the countries can make it possible, it will be quite a significant relief for Pakistan diaspora currently residing in Emirates and also improve bilateral ties between both.


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