PM Imran leaves for Riyadh on three-day go to

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday left for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on a three-day official go to to attend the launch ceremony of the “Middle East Green Initiative” (MGI) Summit, being held in Riyadh.

He is accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Energy Hammad Azhar, and Special Assistant on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam.

At the summit, the premier will share his perspective on the challenges confronted by growing nations on account of local weather change and spotlight Pakistan’s expertise of launching nature-based options to handle the environmental challenges.

The ‘Green Saudi Arabia’ and ‘Green Middle East’ initiatives have been launched by the Saudi crown prince in March 2021, aimed toward defending nature. Islamabad had welcomed these initiatives and provided to share experiences from ‘Clean and Green Pakistan’ and the ‘10 billion Tree Tsunami’ initiatives.

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According to an announcement launched by the Foreign Office, PM Imran could have bilateral interplay with Saudi management, with a specific give attention to advancing financial and commerce relations, creating extra alternatives for the Pakistani workforce and the welfare of the Pakistani diaspora in Saudi Arabia.

The two sides can even trade views on regional and worldwide problems with mutual curiosity.

During the go to, PM Imran can even take part in an occasion on the promotion of funding in Pakistan and work together with main buyers and businessmen from Saudi Arabia and the Pakistani diaspora within the Kingdom.

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