The PM Shehbaz Sharif will embark on a global tour, and his first stop will be Samarkand, where he will participate in the multiple Economic Cooperation and Development Organization summit planned for September 15 and 16.
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The statement said, “Shehbaz Sharif will thereafter return to the nation and after a lapse of two days will depart for London on September 18,” adding that the prime minister will engage elected figures during his visit to London.
During his stay, he might attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
Subsequently, on September 19, he will go to New York, where on September 23, he will deliver a speech at the UNGA. After giving his United nations general assembly talk, they stated, “He will thereafter travel back to Pakistan.”
Details indicate that the Head Of state postponed his trip to London, where he had intended to go to check on the wellness of Hamza Shehbaz’s daughter and his grandchild who is receiving treatment there, in light of the country’s current heavy downpour.
President Alvi wrote in the guest book: “Her mournful dying of old age marks an ending to an era extending over a period of nearly seven decades, which was marked by Her Majesty’s elegant devotion to the British citizens and the Kingdom.”
He continued, “I always will remember my experience of witnessing Her Highness as a 12-year-old when she visited Pakistan in 1961. Her lifetime was committed to government service and she did her duties with dignity.
Alvi continued, “She was a picture of poise, elegance, and respect.
The head of state had originally scheduled to fly to London following his multiple official tours to Qatar, but he changed his mind and returned to Islamabad to assess the ongoing assistance and rescue efforts in flood-affected areas.