Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Senator Faisal Javed Khan said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia will jointly work to tackle climate change.
In a tweet, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Senator Faisal Javed Khan said:
“Pakistan offers its experience in forestry to collaborate with Saudi Green Initiative backed by strong green leaderships and visions of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and Prime Minister Imran Khan.”
Moreover, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Senator Faisal Javed Khan also said in a tweet:
“Pakistan will provide technical assistance to the Saudi government to plant 10 billion trees. Green diplomacy between Pakistan and KSA will help our environmental partnership learn a lot from each other’s green initiatives. Together we can and together we must tackle Climate Change.”
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Earlier, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have expressed confidence that their partnership in Green initiatives. It is a big step towards controlling climate change. This will further strengthen the ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Special Assistant on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam was addressing a news conference along with CEO of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Environment Dr. Khalid in Islamabad last month.
Special Assistant on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said in news conference that:
“This partnership will be a new chapter in our existing brotherly ties.”
Moreover, Amin Aslam said:
“The International government has acknowledged Pakistan’s environmental and climate-oriented initiatives.”
He further said:
“The United Nations has termed Pakistan Asia’s forestry champion and a model for others to follow.”
Amin Aslam also said:
“The Saudi delegation is here in Pakistan to learn and study our green initiatives. He said they will visit national parks, plantations, mangroves, and other sites across the country.”
The CEO of the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Environment also spoke at the occasion, saying:
“Learning from experiences of Pakistan, we have started the Ten Billion Tree program in Saudi Arabia and the forty billion tress program in the Middle East.”
The CEO also said:
“The Kingdom has the potential to collaborate with international partners for climate-related initiatives.”