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Pakistani PM Calls For International Cooperation to Address Climate Change Crisis

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Shahbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, called for international cooperation to combat the harmful effects of climate change.

Mr. Sharif emphasized the urgent need for climate action at a meeting with Inger Andersen, executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), who was in Pakistan on an official visit.

Pakistan fully understood the need for a global response to battle climate change and build resilience, and it shared the efforts being made in this area, Mr. Sharif said on Tuesday. Pakistan is one of the country’s most vulnerable to climate change.

He continued, “Climate change is one of the challenges that define our times, and Pakistan is contributing to this.”

Mr. Sharif urged for further efforts to address the change and biodiversity while praising the UNEP’s work.

Mr. Sharif praised the UNEP’s efforts and called for increased action to address climate, biodiversity loss, and ecological degradation.

The prime minister emphasized that UNEP was encouraged to support Pakistan’s efforts to rebuild better and more sustainably in the wake of the nation’s terrible floods caused by climate change.

While doing so, Mr. Andersen updated the prime minister of Pakistan on the actions done by UNEP there and expressed appreciation for Pakistan’s proactive role in combating the change.

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