Amin: PM wants ‘Charter of Environment’ with all parties

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam on Sunday said Prime Minister Imran Khan amid his world-acclaimed green vision of ecological conservation for coming generations, wanted to sign “Charter of Environment” with all political parties.

The SAPM announced Prime Minister’s intent during a media debrief on World Environment Day (WED) 2021 celebrations hosted by Pakistan in recognition to its successful ecosystem restoration measures implemented on ground ahead of United Nations Ecosystem Restoration Decade 2021-2030.

Amin said, “It has been an honour and a proud moment for the entire nation that all global leaders at the prestigious platform of the UN for the first in seven decades’ history of the country have given uncontroversial support to Pakistan on the global issue of climate change.”

He said the Prime Minister keeping in view the promising trajectory of the country in ecological conservation praised by the world wanted to have consensus among all political parties.

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