Pakistani Ambassador: Bahrain to Build Hospital in Islamabad

2015-10-01 - 1:33 ص

Bahrain Mirror: Pakistan's Ambassador to Bahrain, Saeed Ahmed Khan, said that Bahrain will take care of the expenses of building a hospital in the Pakistan's Islamabad, adding that engineers are finalising the project designs.

In an interview with the Al-Bilad newspaper, owned by the Prime Minister's son Ali bin Khalifa, the ambassador said that besides the hospital that Bahrain will build, there are investments in an electric power project in Pakistan whose cost reached a billion USD by Bahraini investors he did not name.

As for the Pakistani investments in Bahrain, the ambassador said that there are 12 Pakistani banks in Manama at the moment.

It is noteworthy that the Bahraini-Pakistani relations have witnessed remarkable development with the eruption of the widespread protests in Manama led by the Shiite majority in 2011. This development in relations is due to sending thousands of Pakistanis to work in the Bahraini police sector in order to confront the protestors, which the Pakistani Ambassador confirmed in his interview.

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