Chairman Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) Board of Directors (BODs) Malik Tahseen Awan and Chairperson Alveer Airways Syeda Huma Batul held a separate meeting with Minister of Health Dr. Hilal bin Ali bin Bilal Al-Sabati and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Salam Air Captain Muhammad Ahmed in Oman. During the meetings, detailed discussion was held regarding the jobs of Pakistani labor class and paramedical staff in Oman. Health Minister of Oman Dr. Hilal bin Ali said that measures to increase labor and trade opportunities in the two Islamic brotherhood countries are the need of the hour. He said that Pakistani doctors are providing the best medical services in the developed countries of the world due to their professional abilities and subliming the name of Pakistan in the world. Oman’s health sector also has excellent opportunities for Pakistani doctors and paramedical staff, he added. CEO Salam Air Captain Muhammad Ahmed and Chairperson Alveer Airways also discussed the common issues of aviation industry of Pakistan and Oman. The both delegations also discussed proposals regarding the number of passengers traveling between Pakistan and Oman and increasing the number of flights. The CEO of Salam Airways told that his airline’s network extends to 32 destinations in the Middle East, Asia and Europe, including Pakistan. Various proposals were also exchanged in the meeting as well as detailed discussion was also held on important measures for the promotion of trade relations. At this occasion, Salam Air CEO Captain Ahmed also presented a commemorative shield to Chairman FESCO Board of Directors (BODs) Malik Tahseen Awan and his wife Chairperson Alveer Airways. Meanwhile, Chairperson Alveer Air Syeda Huma Batool also met Pakistani Ambassador in Oman Dr. Imran Ali. While awarding certificate of honor to Syeda Huma Batool, the Ambassador called Ms. Huma Batool a proud Pakistani woman not only for Pakistan but also for all the women of the world and expressed her best wishes for her efforts in the business world.