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Islamabad: A busy schedule awaits Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on the first day of the 77th United Nations General Assembly, which begins in New York on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister arrived in the United States earlier today and will attend several high-profile events and meet several international leaders on the first day of the week-long program.

Upon arrival at the UN headquarters, the Prime Minister will participate in a welcoming ceremony by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for heads of state and government attending the UNGA.

Later, he will proceed to the General Assembly Hall for the opening of the UN General Assembly’s high-level general debate.
After that, the Prime Minister will meet in person with the presidents of France, Spain and Iran (Iran’s Seyed Ibrahim Raisi, France’s Emmanuel Macron and Spain’s Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejon).

As the day progresses, PM Shehbaz will visit the Times Center to speak to members of the New York Times Editorial Board.
US Ambassador for Climate Change John Kerry will be asked to speak.
In his address to the United Nations General Assembly on September 23, the Prime Minister promised to take note of the plight of Pakistan’s flood victims and tell the world Pakistan’s “story of agony and agony”.

PM This week, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Shehbaz will meet Vice President Joe Biden.
A Foreign Office source told The Express Tribune on condition of anonymity that Prime Minister Sharif was among the international leaders invited to a reception in New York as part of his attendance at the UNGA session.

Although no formal bilateral meeting between the two leaders will take place, the source confirmed that the Prime Minister and the US President will engage in casual dialogue at the event.

This is the first time that the US President and the Prime Minister of Pakistan have met. Since being elected president, Biden has distanced himself from relations with Imran Khan and his successor, Shehbaz Sharif.

APP reported that Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday thanked Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for sending a rescue team to help those affected by the recent floods in the country.
The Prime Minister thanked the people of Palestine and tweeted.

He said he was “deeply moved” by the Palestinians’ decision to send members of their Rapid Response and Rescue Team to Pakistan to help those affected by the floods there.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif saw it as a symbol of solidarity shared between Pakistanis and Palestinians.

He said the closeness of the group was “a testament to the tremendous bond of love and brotherhood”. We will always remember your kindness.
On the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif met Iranian President Syed Ibrahim Raisi on Tuesday (UNGA).

The Prime Minister fondly recalled his friendly and productive meeting with President Raisi on September 15, 2022, on the sidelines of the SCO Summit in Samarkand, and reiterated his commitment to strengthening Pakistan-Iran relations in all fields.
The President once again thanked Raisi and the people of Iran for standing in solidarity with the people of Pakistan after the devastating floods.

Economy and trade, energy and connectivity, cultural exchange and personal ties were the only areas discussed and agreed upon by the two presidents.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan said that the country highly appreciates the Supreme Leader’s unwavering support for the just cause of the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

The Prime Minister wished President Raisi to visit Pakistan soon. This was in response to his invitation.
Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday emphasized the need to strengthen parliamentary relations, defense and security cooperation between the two countries.

In a meeting on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the Prime Minister and the President of Spain Pedro Sanchez discussed bilateral relations and shared views on the need to develop closer cooperation in the energy sector and between the peoples of the two countries. .

The two presidents discussed at length the bilateral relations and regional challenges of their countries. They were happy about the growing trade and investment between their countries.
The two heads of state decided to enhance the potential of bilateral relations in all areas of mutual interest by using existing institutional mechanisms.

Prime Minister Gilani thanked the Spanish government for helping those affected by the recent devastating floods in Pakistan.
He described the destruction of crops, houses, animals and essential infrastructure all due to floods.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif urged the international community to implement its words by providing assistance to the people of Pakistan affected by the recent floods.

In an interview to a private television network (Jio News), the Prime Minister, who is currently in the United States to attend the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, said he had “encouraging” interactions with world leaders. Margins of the annual meeting of the 193-member world organization.

He spoke of his efforts to raise awareness of the devastation caused by the devastating floods in Pakistan by holding bilateral meetings with the Chancellors of Austria and Spain, among others, in preparation for his address to the world community at the United Nations.

Speaking at a high-level discussion on global peace and security concerns, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres specifically mentioned “Pakistan” three times to draw attention to the alarming situation caused by floods caused by climate change. .

The UN chief also encouraged a show of support for flood-ravaged Pakistan. However, he emphasized the need to translate words into deeds of unity.
When asked if he wanted to address Kashmir in his UNGA address, the Prime Minister said, “Why not.”

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