PM Shehbaz Sharif, who is also the PML-N leader, met with his elder brother at the workplace of his nephew Hussain Nawaz. Economy minister Ishaq Dar, defense minister Khawaja Asif, and Shehbaz’s son Suleman Shahbaz were also there.
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The two leaders spoke about the prevailing economic and political conditions in Pakistan, as well as other topics, the PML-N reported on its Twitter account. Quaid met with Pakistan’s prime minister. The nation’s economic position was discussed, it stated.
Shehbaz traveled to London after midnight on Saturday to attend the official burial for the late Queen Elizabeth II at the British government’s invitation. At the Monday funeral that is slated to take place, he would symbolize Pakistan (today).
A special envoy of the British Foreign Secretary named David Gordon-MacLeod met him at the airport. The Foreign Office spokeswoman stated in a news release that the head of state would travel to the US after attending the burial.
To participate in the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, the prime minister is planning to travel to New York from September 19 to 23. (UNGA).
Along with speaking before the General Assembly on September 23, he would also meet with a number of other senior politicians in during the trip.
Prime Minister Shehbaz would discuss the difficulties of the recent severe flooding in Pakistan caused by climate change, according to the Foreign Office.
He will present specific recommendations for how society as a whole can combat the imminent crisis posed by environmental disruption, it claimed.
As one of the long-running unsolved conflicts on the UN agenda, Jammu and Kashmir, the prime minister will also discuss Pakistan’s perspective and position on these regional and global concerns, according to a spokesperson for the Diplomatic Service.
The prime minister will attend a shuttered Leaders Gathering on COP-27, which will gather a select group of world leaders to debate climate change, the Foreign Office announced. This meeting will take place in conjunction with the UNGA conference.
Additionally, he would go to the World Food Security Conference, which would be coordinated by the African Union, the European Union, and the US. The prime minister would attend in the company of others, including foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
According to the Foreign Office, these “will be crucial platforms to discuss practical actions required at the global level for resolving the two most critical crises confronting the world community today.
The UNGA President, the UN Secretary-General, as well as the leaders of international agencies, financial institutions, and philanthropic organizations, are just a few of the counterparts from different nations that Prime Minister Shehbaz will speak to within a number of informal sessions.
The Foreign Office said, the prime minister’s attendance in the UNGA session is a manifestation of Pakistan’s ongoing dedication to multilateralism, with the UN playing a crucial role in foreign politics for advancing peace and stability globally.
Shehbaz will attend the parties that the UN secretary-general and Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, will throw for top international leaders while he is in town. The prime minister will interact with the foreign media while in New York.
The heavy schedule of Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will also include participation at numerous high-level gatherings and events, one-on-one meetings with a number of his counterparts, and media and think tank exchanges.