Prime Minister Imran Khan will virtually address the High-Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency, and Integrity for Achieving the 2030 Development Agenda (FACTI Panel) here on Thursday.
He will speak at the virtual launch of the FACTI Panel Report in New York.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Sri Lanka is a special friend and a strong partner of Pakistan.
Taking to his official Twitter handle, the premier extended thankfulness to the leadership and the people of Sri Lanka for their warm reception and gracious hospitality during his recent visit.
The Prime Minister said he agrees with the impression that Pakistan-Sri Lanka relations are growing in a dignified manner for further expansion and promotion.
Thank you Prime Minister @PresRajapaksa and the people of Sri Lanka for a warm welcome and gracious hospitality. 🇱🇰is a special friend and strong partner. I agree that the cooperative ties between our two nations are poised to grow and strengthen.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) February 24, 2021
Earlier, PM Imran Khan had that an extensive and fruitful discussion with the President of Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa. They both discussed boosting trade ties between the two countries.
He had addressed the first Pakistan-Sri Lanka Trade and Investment Conference in Colombo, saying the way forward for the sub-continent is to resolve differences and improve trade relations.
He said our difference is only the Kashmir issue, which should be resolved as per the UN resolutions. He said differences can only be resolved through dialogue.
The Prime Minister said our problems are subservient to trade and investment. Imran Khan said he came to politics with the dream of a welfare state and poverty alleviation.
He said the current Pakistan government has taken a number of steps towards ease of doing business, removing impediments in the way of investment. He said as a result of these measures, Pakistan improved by 28 points in ease of doing business in the world.