Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has arrived in Geneva, Switzerland to co-convene the First Global Refugee Forum, where he will articulate Pakistan’s perspective, experience and contribution to the Afghan refugees.
The global refugee forum, co-hosting by UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Switzerland is the first major meeting on refugees of the 21st century. Prime Minister with other world leaders including Turkish President Erdogan, and leaders from Costa Rica, Ethiopia and Germany, have been invited to co-convene the Forum in recognition of their exemplary role for the protection and well-being of refugees.
Earlier upon arrival, Prime Minister was received by Permanent representative of Pakistan to UN Geneva, Ambassador Khalil Hashmi and Representatives of Swiss Government and UN High Commissioner for Refugees at the airport. The Prime Minister, during his stay in Geneva, will also have bilateral interaction with his counterparts and the UN leadership, and attend a luncheon hosted by the UN Secretary General.
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