US and UN in hopes of a Imran-Modi assembly on the UNGA: Sources

NEW YORK: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan could meet the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the United Nations Basic Meeting, ARY Information reported on Saturday.

Sources aware of the matter disclosed that America and the United Nations (UN) each wished the leaders of their respective international locations to satisfy throughout the scheduled session.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday arrived in the US (US) on a week-long go to to attend the UN Basic Meeting session and maintain high-level conferences with world leaders.

Upon arrival, he was acquired by Pakistan’s everlasting consultant to UN Maleeha Lodhi, the Pakistan Ambassador to the US and different senior officers.

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Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Adviser on Finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, and Particular Assistant on Abroad Pakistanis Zulfikar Bukhari are accompanying Prime Minister Khan on the go to.

The premier will lead the Pakistan delegation on the UN Basic Meeting session in New York from September 21-27. He’ll maintain a number of bilateral conferences together with his counterparts from numerous areas and take part in high-level UN summits on local weather change, sustainable growth, common well being protection and financing for growth.

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The PM can even attend and converse at high-level aspect occasions co-hosted by Pakistan and Turkey on countering hate speech and environmental safety and poverty alleviation co-hosted by Malaysia and Pakistan.

A trilateral summit assembly of Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey might be held on the Basic Meeting sidelines.



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