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Pakistani envoy urges use of legal channels for remittances from UAE

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June 27, 2024 (MLN): Ambassador Faisal Niaz Tirmizi, Pakistan’s Envoy to United Arab Emirates (UAE) highlighted the scope of digitising financial transactions and urged Pakistani diaspora to adopt legal channels for sending remittances back home.

The Ambassador was speaking at the launch of KuickPay-online payments services platform during a ceremony held at the Embassy today.

He emphasized that using digital solutions for financial transactions would bring ease to customers and users.

He stressed that digitalisation of economy will be a game-changer for Pakistan.

He strongly urged community members to use formal banking channels for sending remittances and making all sorts of financial transitions as it will ensure transparency in the financial system besides supporting national economy.

The founders of Kuickpay Saqib Ali Kazmi and Arbab Ali Khan gave a detailed briefing on the services offered through their digital solution.

They said that Kuickpay UAE App is launched to facilitate Pakistan expatriate community in the UAE along with public in the country.

This will enable the users to pay UAE bills along with Pakistani bills using their UAE issued cards.

The Ambassador said that the Embassy was making all-out efforts to facilitate Pakistani community and such initiatives are encouraged for their ease and assistance.

This event was attended by people belonging from banking sector in the UAE, members of Exchange Companies, MENA Fintech association and other distinguished guests.

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Posted on: 2024-06-27T09:50:20+05:00