Khan is expected to speak on Afghanistan, Indian Occupied Kashmir, climate issues
ISLAMABAD, Sep 23 (Asia Free Press) – Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the ongoing UN General Assembly meeting on Friday.
According to the UN General Assembly schedule, Khan will deliver a pre-recorded speech in the afternoon session after 3 pm New York time.
During his speech, it’s expected that Khan will focus on Afghanistan, Indian occupied Kashmir, and climate issues.
“The Prime Minister’s policy address will serve to enhance Pakistan’s diplomatic outreach and engagement with its international partners and key institutions,” state-run Radio Pakistan reported.
The country’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who is already in New York, to meet with his counterparts and world leaders to discuss the current situation in the region.
During his meetings with several counterparts in the last two days, Qureshi urged them to help the people of Afghanistan and prevent the humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.
After the Taliban take over the country last month and former president Ashraf Ghani along with his cabinet members fled away from Kabul, the country is facing an economic crisis as the US freeze over $9.5 billion assets of the Afghan government.
While several media outlets claimed that a huge amount has shifted by the former government officials to foreign countries before fleeing from Kabul.
Afghan Taliban also claimed that they have recovered over 6 million from former vice president and intelligence chief Amrullah Salih’s house in Kabul and Panjsher.
While over 4 million recovered during the search of other former key officials which they left in their homes before leaving the country.