Queen Maxima of Netherlands is expected to arrive in Pakistan for a three-day visit from November 25 to 27 as the special advocate of the UN Secretary General for Inclusive Financing for Development (UNSGSA).
According to a statement issued by the Pakistan Embassy in the Hague on Friday, the Dutch queen will discuss the progress of access to financial services to improve the economic position of Pakistan.
Queem Maxima’s visit will a follow up to her 2016 visit on behalf of the United Nations. She will be visiting Pakistan at the invitation of the government.
According to details, the Dutch royalty will hold talks with international development partners, representative from the fintech sector, State Bank Governor Reza Baqir, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh and Nadra Chairman Usman Mubun, during her stay in Pakistan.
She is also expected to meet President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
In Lahore, Queen Maxima will visit a number of projects that focus on digital financial services that, among other things, contribute to the development of entrepreneurs.