- According to Bilawal, his journey to the United States was fruitful.
- States that his principal reason for traveling to the United States was to help flood victims in Pakistan.
- Argues that by focusing on trade, agriculture, and health cooperation, relations with the United States have improved.
According to Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the journey to the United States was a success, with the goal of assisting Pakistan flood victims. He also swore that they would have to put in a lot of work.
Pre-election demands at this critical juncture are like playing Russian roulette with the lives of flood victims, he said during a press conference in Washington on Thursday.
Helping flood victims comes first; politics comes in a distant second. Nothing we do to help flood victims is sufficient.
He stated that the flood issue was prioritised by the UN Secretary-General during the UN conference. He expressed gratitude to the world community for assisting flood victims in Pakistan.
The minister said that “we have not yet reached the moment of restoration and reconstruction.” The relief and rescue effort is still continuing.
You must have seen an improvement in the nation’s international relations during the first six months of our administration. Furthermore, Bilawal stated that there must be a discernible difference between Pakistan now and six months ago.
Floods have destroyed Pakistan’s crops, causing a food shortfall, according to Bilawal. According to him, immediately after reaching a contract with the IMF, Pakistan witnessed devastating floods.
The COVID-19 outbreak and the turmoil in Ukraine, he claims, have caused price spikes.
Aside from coping with the floods, Bilawal added, “Our goal was to enhance connections with the United States.” The travel to the United States went smoothly. According to him, both countries are expected to make progress in commerce, agriculture, health, and other sectors.
He encouraged Pakistan and India to work together on climate change issues. He warned that if climate change concerns are not addressed, the entire world would suffer.
According to Bilawal, the 10 countries most affected by climate change must band together to speak out. He recommended international collaboration as the best strategy to solve climate change.
According to the foreign minister, Imran Khan, the head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, was also chastised for harming the country’s economic and international policies. “Thank God,” he exclaimed, “Pakistan is back on track.”