Pakistan suffers from environmental pollution of other, says head of the UN
September 10, 2022
LARKANA (Dunya News) – Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday reported that the federal government was fully aware of suffering and problems of in flood affected and assured that the federal and provincial governments would provide full assistance and support them in this hour of grief.
talking to flood affected along with UN Secretary General António Guterres, prime minister said that amount of The federal budget allocated 70 billion rubles. government distributed among each flood-affected family under the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP).
He said people that the UN secretary-general all this time came from New York to bring grief and sorrow over loss of about 1300 lives and thousands more who was injured in recent floods.
He said the province of Sindh suffered huge losses, where crops were damaged and livestock was carried away. UN secretary general came here to show solidarity with in people of Pakistan, he added.
Speaking on occasion, minister for Foreign Affairs, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari thanked prime minister and UN secretary general for them support and solidarity.
He said it’s historical event like the UN secretary-general arrived Larkana, adding that the federal, provincial and international community would join hands to rebuild again with structures that could resist future disasters.
UN Secretary General António Guterres, on name of United Nations expressed solidarity with all those who who affected by severe floods in Pakistan.
Guterres said: “Voice of The UN will be exactly the same of Pakistan.” He said that the rainy season was always unpredictable.
developed countries influenced global environment, and due to pollution, they made the climate warmer and warmer, which led to more floods and melting glaciers and giving rise to catastrophic situations like to be a witness in Pakistan, he says.
Guterres said that Pakistan is not responsible for it is environmental pollution, but he still suffered due to pollution of other.
UN secretary general emphasized developed countries en masse support Pakistan because of the pollution they released which affected global environment.
He also noted that Pakistan does not have the resources to compensate for loss of life, crops and livestock. “Those who created such a situation, must en masse support Pakistan, like Pakistan, cannot do it alone. I don’t ask for generosity, but for justice,” he added.
He said that his message to world community would stop this war on nature how nature will not forgive, will stop the pollution that was creating vital changes and contributes to warming of planet.
Talking about his origins, he said that he belonged to a farm. family in Portugal, and that he could realize suffering and pain over the loss of houses, crops and livestock.
pray for relief of flood the suffering of the victims, UN secretary-general said he hoped for a miracle to set rights to things. Guterres later visited the UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological site. of Mohenjo-Daro, where he was informed by the relevant authorities.
Talking to mediaUnited Nations secretary general reiterated that Pakistan lacks the capacity for recovery and reconstruction and called global community to play them role in in this respect. He said the recent floods in Pakistan was result of climate change, and the country was among the first countries It was facing adverse effect of such a phenomenon.
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