Prime Minister Imran Khan will leave for Saudi Arabia today for his first trip since taking oath as the country's premier.
"Prime Minister along with delegation will arrive in Abu Dhabi in the evening on 19 September", a Pakistan foreign ministry statement said.
Khan left for Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, the foreign office said, amid speculation he may be seeking economic assistance from a staunch ally instead of another International Monetary Fund bailout.
Earlier, in a letter, Modi said that India is looking for constructive and meaningful engagement with Pakistan. The question is that he was propped up by the Army.
Pakistanis have long viewed Afghan refugees in particular suspiciously, with police accusing them of harassment and extortion.
According to the media reports, it is expected that the Prime Minister Imran Khan will watch the match live at the Dubai Stadium tomorrow.
Any offer of money would come with the condition that Pakistan "lay off Iran", he suggested. At times, Kliment said the military has also tried to use refugees as a bargaining chip in the country's tense relationship with Afghanistan's government.
As part of PM Khan's austerity drive, the cars that will be auctioned include four recent models of Mercedes Benz, eight bulletproof BMWs, three 5000cc SUVs and two 3000cc SUVs of 2016 model.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader further talked about the opening of Kartarpur Sahib gurudwara corridor by Pakistan.
The people of this deprived class can't get jobs without ID cards and passports, so our government has made a decision to issue them computerised national identity cards and passports, Khan said according to Samaa TV.
Mr Khan swept to power on populist promises to end corruption and build an Islamic welfare state.
The government on Tuesday announced tax increases for middle and high-income earners and a spike in import duties on luxury products in a bid to raise 183 billion rupees ($1.48 billion) in additional revenue.