ith each passing day, the bilateral relation between the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan acquires new dimensions at different sectors such as political, economic and social levels. Needless to say that shared faith and traditions, geographic proximity and identity of interests, evolved into wide-ranging co-operation in various Right from the beginning, the UAE has been famous among all comity of the world due to its generous humanitarian assistance, stability, tolerance, innovation, vision for better health and education. Now, it has become hub of investments, re-exports, technologies, tourism, and the last not the least, renewable energies. In Pakistan, it encourages investment and calls for greater trade and commerce activities. UAE is one of the largest investors in the country while the bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. The founder of UAE, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was keen to give an impetus to the bilateral relations between the two countries from the very beginning. It was further strengthened and patronized by H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the UAE and H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, Vice-President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. reinforce the bonds of friendship. They urge the need to expand Around 1.2 million Pakistani expatriates are working in UAE .They sent back home US$ 2.50b being the highest remittances macro-economy of Pakistan. Emirates National Oil Company, «Enoch», The International Petroleum Investment Company «IPIC» The Emirates Telecommunications Corporation «Etisalat», Dana gas, Al Ghurair, Emaar, DP World, Abraaj Capital, Thani, Danata, Atharihra agricultural Company, Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries «Julfar,» the Emirates Investment Group, the Arab Company for Packaging, Al Nasser Holdings, Abu Dhabi Group, Emaar and Dubai Islamic Bank Upon the directives of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan the President of UAE, the UAE project to assist Pakistan was launched in January 2011 with a total cost of US$400 million for the reconstruction of infrastructure damaged by devastating Bajaur and South Waziristan of the tribal belt to provide better life to the people by creating jobs. The Project is to focus on four major sectors: education, public health, roads, bridges and supply of water treatment plants and networks. Generous humanitarian assistance has been the epicenter of UAE humanitarian cause. The leaders of UAE always stood national crisis caused by natural calamities by sending teams and relief goods in calamity-hit country. Teams from UAE Military Relief Force, charitable foundations and organizations played dutiful role in the rescue, distribution of supplies and rehabilitation of victims of earthquake and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan Provinces. Under the directives of H.H. the President of UAE, a joint relief team of Khalifa Bin Zayed Humanitarian Foundation and the UAE Red Crescent was rigorously engaged in providing assistance and foodstuff to the earthquake victims in several districts of Baluchistan Province.