Pakistan’s caretaker Prime Minister, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, is set to address the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session today. This marks his first international visit as the country’s leader.
In his speech, PM Kakar is expected to emphasize Pakistan’s long-standing stance on the Kashmir dispute with India. This contentious issue has been a focal point of regional tensions, and the Prime Minister is keen to bring it to the forefront of the global stage.
Furthermore, Kakar will present Pakistan’s perspective on various regional and global matters. This includes discussions on regional stability, peace initiatives, and the country’s role in contributing to the global community.
The interim government, under PM Kakar’s leadership, has embarked on substantial measures to revive Pakistan’s economy. During his UNGA address, the Prime Minister will outline the steps taken to bolster economic growth and create an attractive environment for both domestic and foreign investments. These efforts are aimed at ensuring Pakistan’s economic stability and prosperity.
Upon his arrival in New York, PM Kakar actively engaged in various events and meetings on the sidelines of the UNGA. Notably, he called upon wealthier nations to fulfill their commitments in the fight against climate change. He urged them to provide both financial support and technical assistance to Pakistan and other developing nations working towards achieving climate goals.
Kakar’s meeting with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva was described as “constructive.” The discussions emphasized the mutual commitment to bolstering economic stability and growth in Pakistan. The Prime Minister expressed gratitude for the IMF’s financial support, aimed at strengthening Pakistan’s economy.
A Focus on Economic Stability and Social Welfare
In closing, PM Kakar assured that the government’s initiatives prioritize creating a stable and conducive environment for sustainable economic growth and investment. He also emphasized the importance of protecting vulnerable segments of society in these efforts.
As Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar takes the podium at the UNGA, the world eagerly awaits his address, hoping for renewed diplomatic efforts and a stronger role for Pakistan on the global stage.