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PM Imran Khan Chairs the first time World Economic Forum session

ISLAMABAD: PM Imran Khan will chair the first time World Economic Forum (WEF) session on Wednesday.

Imran Khan will address the emergency assembly of WEF through video link. He will tell the forum about steps taken by using Pakistan to scale down the spread of novel coronavirus.

The assembly, as a way to be attended via leaders of the whole world, may speak coronavirus pandemic and its outcomes on international.

Earlier, PM Imran Khan has requested WEF to aid on crucial social welfare projects for poverty remedy and education.

The high minister expressed this choice all through an assembly with WEF government chairman Dr. Klaus Schwab on the sidelines of WEF Annual Meeting 2020 at Davos.

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PM Imran Khan emphasized that the problems being highlighted by way of WEF this 12 months also are applicable to Pakistan. “Pakistan is focusing on abilities’ enhancement for youth because it considers its considerable children populace as driving force of monetary growth,” he delivered.

Imran Khan said the government of Pakistan is addressing the influences of climate change through the implementation of the “Clean Green Pakistan Program” such as plantation of 10 billion timber. He expressed the desire that WEF can partner with Pakistan on essential social welfare projects for poverty remedy and schooling.

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