According to a media report, a meeting of the federal cabinet led by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran concluded after giving approvals to several decisions including the launching of a new airline in Pakistan.
As per the details, the meeting of the members of the federal cabinet was summoned to discuss the 16-point agenda besides reviewing the national and global developments. During the meeting, the recent escalation between the United States and Iran also came into the discussion.
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The members of the cabinet, during the meeting, approved the launching of a new airline, AirSial, as well as Okayed an agreement of Pak-Saudi air services.
The cabinet has also approved the recommendations forwarded by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) and the Law Committee of the cabinet.
The federal cabinet had decided to postpone the matter of the appointment of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pakistan State Oil (PSO).
On the other hand, the appointments on the positions were approved including Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) director-general, production control member of Heavy Industries Taxila and in-charge member in Karachi Secretariat of Pakistan Ombudsman.
In the meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan has been briefed over the administrative issues of different ministries and its subordinate departments.