According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing a meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), said that it was a matter of pride to attend the SCO summit.
Regarding the impact of Corona, Imran Khan said that it is an essential forum for trade, investment, and connectivity. In Corona’s situation, the world’s health sector cannot compete. Together, Corona will continue to play a role in ending the epidemic.
The prime minister said that climate change is the second most significant challenge facing the world; we have to work together to solve the problems. Therefore, we have launched the Billion Tree Project to tackle climate change.
Regarding terrorism, he said that, unfortunately, in the world, terrorism is associated with religion. On the 9th anniversary, the world is facing global terrorism. One million of our people have been affected by the economic loss in the war on terror.
Regarding Afghanistan, the Prime Minister said that the situation in Afghanistan is the focus of the world’s attention, we must all work together to solve the problem of Afghanistan, remember that the previous Afghan government was running on 75% foreign aid, the Taliban gained control of Afghanistan without bloodshed. What
Imran Khan further said that today the Afghan people need assistance based on humanitarian sympathy; it is time for the world to stand with Afghanistan, humanitarian work should be done in Afghanistan.
He said that Afghanistan should have a political structure in which all groups are represented, the Taliban must win the trust of the Afghan people with political stability.
The Prime Minister said that Afghanistan is an Islamic country where no one can rule from the outside. Afghanistan cannot be left as it is. Pakistan is an important country playing a role in peace in the region. We have always maintained the same stance on Afghanistan.
Imran Khan said that the Taliban’s interim government has come to Afghanistan. However, leaving Afghanistan alone will create other crises; Pakistan respects Afghanistan’s sovereignty and thinks the Afghan people should make decisions.
He said that the world must acknowledge the reality of Afghanistan, and a robust communication system would have a positive impact on the region.