Davos: According to the recent sources, PM Imran Khan is on a three-day visit to Switzerland to attend the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
Addressing the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2020 here on Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan discussed Pakistan’s advantages and explained that the current year would be a year of growth for Pakistan.
The Prime Minister has expounded on Pakistan’s case excellently at Davos. I’m confident this year, 🇵🇰’s economy will continue to improve as the prudent investor-friendly strategy bears fruit.#ImranKhanInDavos pic.twitter.com/NTthsfGFuZ
— Zartaj Gul Wazir (@zartajgulwazir) January 22, 2020
He also shared how Pakistan is “very vulnerable to climate change”.
He said, “I saw these mountains, this wilderness, disappearing and especially the way we destroyed our forest cover. I always resolved that the second thing, if I ever got the opportunity, I would make sure that we preserve this God-given beauty of our country and we restart the reforestation campaign.”
Women in the mountainous
He went on saying that “We first made them understand how important trees were for the future, we first made people understand how Pakistan was vulnerable to climate change, and we appealed to the people and involved women in the mountainous areas to grow nurseries.”
He also cleared how his government has constant military support. He said that from the very first day, his intensions were clear. He doesn’t use any foul means to gain favors and this is way almost every institute supports him and his government.
My foreign policy
“My foreign policy which I am following is completely supported by all institutions, including the military, simply because they believe that we are in the right direction,” the prime minister added.
Moreover, he also discussed his relationship with the neighboring countries. He informed the audience that there are no fears of war between Pakistan and India for now.
However, he urged the international community to help defuse tension between Pakistan and Indian regarding the Kashmir matter.