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WEF: PM Kakar Tackles Climate, Trade, and Conflict

Pakistani Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar navigated a busy schedule at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, engaging in crucial discussions on climate change, bilateral trade, regional affairs, and global conflict prevention.

Kakar met with John Kerry, the U.S. President’s Special Envoy for Climate Change, to delve into the local and global impacts of climate change, particularly for developing nations like Pakistan. This high-level discussion underscores Pakistan’s vulnerability to climate extremes and its call for international cooperation in addressing this pressing issue.

The Prime Minister also held talks with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe, focusing on promoting trade and tackling regional challenges of mutual concern. Strengthening economic ties and collaborating on regional issues can bring significant benefits to both Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

: Kakar is set to participate in an informal session on preventing global conflicts, a timely topic amidst ongoing geopolitical tensions. His contribution to this crucial discussion reflects Pakistan’s commitment to promoting peace and stability at the international level.

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The Prime Minister’s packed schedule includes talks with various dignitaries, including the Prime Minister of another nation, the Iranian Foreign Minister, and the President of the Cargill Company. These diverse engagements offer opportunities to explore potential collaborations and address matters of mutual interest.

Kakar will also grace a dinner hosted by the founder of the World Economic Forum, bringing together world leaders, international organizations, and council heads. This prestigious event fosters dialogue and collaboration among key decision-makers on pressing global issues.

Prime Minister Kakar’s active participation at the World Economic Forum highlights Pakistan’s commitment to engaging with the international community on critical issues like climate change, trade, and global conflict prevention. His presence and contributions to these crucial discussions demonstrate Pakistan’s proactive approach to tackling global challenges and seeking collaborative solutions for a better future.

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