|Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the UN General Assembly today|
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the United Nations General Assembly today (Friday).
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the UN General Assembly today (Friday) will be virtual while his address has been recorded. The Prime Minister will discuss Afghanistan and the Kashmir issue. The Prime Minister will clarify Pakistan’s policy on Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister will also raise the issue of human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir. He will also brief the Prime Minister on Pakistan’s actions against Corona. The Prime Minister’s address will be for about half an hour.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned the Iraqi Prime Minister to express his best wishes for the October parliamentary elections. The Prime Minister also invited his Iraqi counterpart to visit Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also congratulated the Iraqi Prime Minister on the successful convening of the Baghdad Conference last month. The two Prime Ministers expressed their desire to strengthen bilateral cooperation in trade, investment, infrastructure development, and religious tourism.
The two Prime Ministers agreed to release funds to avert the impending economic crisis in Afghanistan, as well as to stay in close touch to enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields.
In his tweet on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and the people of Saudi Arabia on behalf of his government and the people of Pakistan on the occasion of the 91st National Day of Saudi Arabia. Has given
In his congratulatory message, Prime Minister Imran Khan prayed that this process of continuous development of the country would continue under the shadow of far-sighted leadership. A briefing was given on the situation of shelters and the comprehensive plan for improvement.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan will pay a one-day visit to Karachi on September 27. He will be accompanied by federal ministers and senior party leaders.