ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will also be representing developing countries at the United Nations today, Special Assistant Malik Amin Aslam said in a statement. All countries will present the next ten-year environment agenda.
According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan has become the most effective voice of developing countries. The Prime Minister will also represent developing countries in the United Nations today.
The Prime Minister is at the forefront of the global forum due to his excellent environmental policies. The Prime Minister has been given the chairmanship of the UN session on environmental issues, and only one of the heads of developed and developing countries has been elected.
Special Assistant Malik Amin Aslam in his statement said that Environment Day is being observed in the United Nations today, all countries will present the agenda of the next ten years.
Malik Amin Aslam said that developed countries were represented by German Chancellor Angela Merkel while Prime Minister Imran Khan has been chosen to represent developing countries.
The Prime Minister’s address will be broadcast tonight at 11 a.m. Pakistan time. Special Assistant to the UN Environment Session Malik Amin Aslam will coordinate and Malik Amin Aslam will be present in the online session after the Prime Minister’s address.
Prime Minister Imran Khan will outline the details of the establishment of 9 new national parks and brief on the progress of the Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Project, as well as the environmental threats facing all developing countries, while Angela Merkel is also progressing from the environment session. Will talk about the problems of the countries.
Keep in mind that Pakistan and Germany began to gain more value around the world due to green policies.