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Bilaval informs Blinken of devastation caused floods in Pakistan – Pakistan

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Bilateral relationship between two countries also became the subject of discussion at the meeting.


September 27, 2022

06:08

WASHINGTON (Dunya News) – Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called. on US secretary of Anthony Blinken’s fortune on Monday. Bilateral relationship between two countries became the subject of discussion at the meeting.

Bilawal Bhutto informed his American counterpart of devastation caused recent floods in Pakistan during a meeting held at the US State Department.

Blinken promised a strong US support for Pakistan during drying out and rebuilds from the floods that flooded one-third of country, area the size of United Kingdom.

“We are sending a simple message. We are here for Pakistan, just how we were during past natural disasters, waiting rebuildBlinken said after the talks. with Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

Blinken also announced $10 million for flood rehabilitation assistance. Earlier, the United States allocated $56 million. in humanitarian aid and sent 17 aircraft full of reserves, with Blinken promises to look at more term support as well.

Blinken said that Pakistan and the United States “have common interests”. in Afghanistan since future’, including greater freedoms for women and girls whose rights again was severely restricted by the Taliban.

Speaking on On this occasion, Bilawal Bhutto said that President Joe Biden, who signed the iconic domestic climate package last month, also you have to look at the climate justice.”

“It is not only important that you build back it’s better here, he said, using Biden with campaign slogan.

“Possibility of this crisis in Pakistan what we need build back better, greener more climate resistant — back home also,” he said.

“I believe that by working together we can make it happen.”

Pakistan, despite being the fifth most populous country, contributes only about 0.8 percent of greenhouse gas emissions are to blame for climate change due to its condition of development.

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