US President Joe Biden urges world to help Pakistan after cataclysmic floods
- Prime Minister Shehbaz will address the UNGA meeting on September 23.
- More than 1500 people died due to the devastating floods in the country.
- Prime Minister Shehbaz appreciated the American role in dealing with the issue of climate change.
US President Joe Biden on Thursday highlighted the devastation caused by floods in Pakistan and appealed for help from the international community. Flood affected Pakistan.
Recent abnormal monsoon rains have triggered floods across the country which have caused widespread destruction. More than 1,500 People lost their lives while thousands of houses and livestock were swept away.
Millions of people are homeless and living under the open sky. The country has yet to face another worst situation. Disease spread In flood prone areas
During the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), US President Joe Biden has drawn the world’s attention to flood-affected Pakistan.
While addressing the United Nations General Assembly, the US President said that Pakistan is still under water and needs help.
During Joe Biden’s speech, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was also present in the famous hall of the General Assembly.
PM Shehbaz He will address the session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 23. He will focus on the challenges faced by Pakistan as a result of the recent climate-related catastrophic floods in the country.
In his address, US President Joe Biden announced an additional $2.9 billion in funding aimed at helping address global food insecurity.
A statement from the White House said the money “builds on $6.9 billion in U.S. government assistance that has already supported global food security this year.”
Prime Minister Shehbaz appreciated the Biden administration.
Earlier, Prime Minister Shehbaz… Definition The Prime Minister’s Office on Wednesday thanked the country for the US role in tackling the issue of climate change and for helping Pakistan during the devastating floods.
The Prime Minister met US Special Presidential Envoy on Climate John Kerry on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.
Noting that “catastrophic floods have made Pakistan ground zero for climate change”, the Prime Minister praised Kerry’s personal leadership in raising awareness and finding solutions to the climate change crisis.
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