“I am puzzled at the cacophony over Pakistan not being invited to a climate change conference,” Prime Imran Khan tweeted on Saturday.
The PM further said that they (PTI’s government) had gained vast experience in seven years, beginning with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in 2013. He also mentioned projects like Billon Tree Tsunami and other green initiatives.
“I have already laid out priorities for the UN Climate Change Conference 2021 – COP26 – if the international community is serious about countering impact of climate change,” the premier concluded.
Earlier, the United Sates announced that President Joe Biden had invited 40 world leaders including those from India, China and Bangladesh for a global climate summit scheduled from April 22-23, but Pakistan was not invited in the summit.
Later on it was reported that US climate envoy John Kerry would travel to Abu Dhabi, New Delhi, and Dhaka from April 1 to 9 but it also did not mention talks with the leadership of Pakistan.