Federal cabinet approves Pak-Saudia air services agreement
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The federal cabinet gave approval for the air services agreement between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan chaired a meeting of the federal cabinet at the Prime Minister’s House on Tuesday. The meeting discussed the overall political and economic situation in the country. The cabinet meeting also reviewed the performance of the ministries during a session of the federal cabinet.
The meeting approved proposal for the construction of high-rise buildings in Karachi, Lahore and Multan. The federal cabinet also approved putting Maryam Nawaz’s name on the Exit Control List (ECL) in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case. The prime minister gave a green signal to the decisions of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC).
The federal cabinet was summoned to discuss the 16-point agenda besides reviewing national and global developments. The recent escalation between the US and Iran also came into discussion.
The cabinet has postponed the matter related to the appointment of Pakistan State Oil (PSO) chief executive officer (CEO), however, the appointments on the positions were approved including Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) director-general, production control member of Heavy Industries Taxila and in-charge member in Karachi Secretariat of Pakistan Ombudsman.