PM expresses thoughts on not being invited to a climate change conference

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

03rd Apr, 2021. 12:07 pm
Imran Khan climate change meeting

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed concern over not being invited to the international climate change conference.

Taking to Twitter, Mr. Khan wrote that the government’s environmental policies are driven solely by our commitment to our future generations of a clean & green Pakistan to mitigate the impact of climate change.

In another tweet, the premier recalled the initiatives of the 10 billion-tree tsunami program.

“Hence our initiatives of Green Pak, 10 bn-tree tsunami, nature-based solutions, cleaning up our rivers, etc. We have gained vast experience in 7 years, beg with KP, & our policies are being recognized & lauded. We are ready to help any state wanting to learn from our experience.”

Furthermore, PM Khan also mentioned that he has laid out priorities for the UN conference 2021 – COP26.

Joe Biden Invites Saudi, UAE Leaders To Virtual Climate Summit

Earlier, forty world leaders, including those of the UAE and Saudi Arabia, have been invited by US President Joe Biden for an online meeting on climate change.

According to the international news agency, the White House stated on Friday that the summit is intended to underscore the urgency with which the world must act and highlight the economic benefits of going green. The summit will be held on April 22 and 23 and will be streamed live on the internet for the public

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