PM Abbasi reaches New York to address UNGA session and meet world’s leaders

NEW YORK: Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi reached New York from London Monday evening where he alongside his delegation will speak to Pakistan at the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Aizaz Chaudhry and Maleeha Lodhi — Pakistan’s Ambassadors to the United States and United Nations, separately got the PM at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Pakistani High Commissioner in the UK Syed Ibne Abbas bade goodbye to the prime minister and his delegation at the airport.

In his introduction address before the world leaders, Abbasi will diagram Pakistan’s positions on key universal political, social and advancement issues of crucial worry to the nation.

Amid his visit, PM Abbasi is also booked to hold reciprocal meetings with US Vice President Mike Pence and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. He will also meet leaders of different countries that are a piece of the UN. He will also be addressing agents of the Council on Foreign Relations and US-Pakistan Business Council. Abbasi is probably going to have broad association with the global media amid and after the UNGA.