Loans to be rescheduled for Pakistan, Foreign Minister
New York: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto said loans should be rescheduled for economic support to countries affected by climate change, including Pakistan.
Speaking to the media in New York, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that developing countries should be given preferential incentives to increase exports.
He said that an urgent appeal has been made in view of the flood situation, one third of Pakistan is submerged in floods, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has visited the flood affected areas in Pakistan, there are major challenges in rebuilding the affected areas.
Bilawal Bhutto said there is an urgent need for food for affected areas, climate change affected areas should be helped, developing countries should help developed countries for public welfare.
The foreign minister said that 33 million people were affected by the floods, Pakistan is facing the biggest natural disaster in history in the form of floods, we are not the cause of the problems Pakistan is facing.
Answering the questions asked about the neighboring countries, he said that Iran has a history of protests and demonstrations, Islam has given rights to women, not only in Afghanistan, women should get rights all over the world Pakistan’s position on the issue of Palestine is clear.