Prime Minister Shabazz Sharif on Wednesday. said at an international conference on Pakistan’s resilience to climate change. to held in Geneva on January 9 that a civilized society will help rebuild. and rebuild flood-hit Pakistan. Addressing a rally held here after the COPHC inauguration of the re-established Government Boys High School in Kiri Gia Khan. the Prime Minister is in constant contact. with leaders of friendly countries.
strive for reconstruction
They inviting them to meet in the paddy fields. he had called I spoke with Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim yesterday. and he promised to send a delegation to the conference. The prime minister said he would co-chair with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. he said that the COPHC government. and people of Pakistan should strive for reconstruction. He said the government has already distributed 100 billion rupees to flood. affected people through BISP (Benazir Income Assistance Program). but more money needed to pay compensation. for 1 million homes destroyed by the floods Help them rehabilitate.
Flood Affected Areas
PM affirms commitment to recovery and improvement. The Chief Minister who had previously revealed a drawing of a newly built school building.. announced that he would develop facilities on par with Danish schools in Punjab. He promised to open an upgraded school. on March 23 with IT facilities such as an electronic library, solar power and a playground. He also announced the construction of COPHC12 Danish schools across Baluchistan. to provide equal educational facilities to poor children in the province.
coalition inherited countries
The Prime Minister will honor government officials. and district leaders who complete school. buildings within two months. and will award Tanga e Kidmat Awards to three officials. including the Secretary General and the Minister of Education. announced He said the coalition inherited countries. that violated International Monetary Fund agreements. which caused oil prices to soar and wheat production to fall. He said the previous government was unable to buy gas. when it was the cheapest price on the international market. forcing the current government to spend $27 billion on oil imports to meet energy demand.
The prime minister who also witnessed the students’ games. said the vision behind Danish schools is to bring children. from remote areas into the mainstream. It emotionally tells the story of an orphaned schoolgirl. who attends Rahim Yar Khan School in Denmark. He asked the premier of Baluchistan to find suitable land to build a Danish school in the province. He told his students that education of COPHC. and skills training only enabled the country to overcome poverty. and illiteracy He told his students that education. and skills training only enabled the country to overcome poverty. and illiteracy.
After receiving an explanation of the status of restoration. and reconstruction projects, Prime Minister Abe contacted people affected by the torrential rains. China has invested five billion yuan (RMB5 billion) in Gwadar in various social. and economic projects over the past seven years to improve. the living conditions of local residents under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. have invested in China’s official currency) was certain. This scholarship awarded to New Gwadar International Airport (NGIA). East Bay Highway, 300-bed China-Pakistan Friendship Hospital, China-Pakistan Vocational. and Technical Training Institute, China-Pakistan Gwadar Fakir Secondary School.
China-Pakistan Fraternity Emergency Center
which supports 1.2 MGD. Factory freshwater chemist. This revealed by Zhang Baozhong, Chairman of China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC). at his two-day conference on his CSR initiative in Gwadar. “NGIA has the longest runway in the region with a length of 3.78km and the capacity to handle the largest aircraft. The tourism sector will inevitably thrive,” Zhang said. He added that operations will see the establishment of new resorts. that will attract many tourists from China. and other countries. In his keynote speech, the COPHC President elaborated on his seven-year stay in Gwadar.
There is no denying the fact that it has developed significantly over the last seven years,” he said. said. He gave three reasons for Gwadar’s promising prospects. including the cooperation of the Gwadar people, its vast resources and strategic location. Zhang said the Gwadar port is now fully operational. He said that although there are some problems. such as lack of logistics and market demand, development is an evolutionary process. and rye is heading towards industrialization. He said freight will be able to reach Lahore. and other major cities after the completion of the M8 road, greatly reducing the distance.
Petrochemicals and agriculture sectors
“Four new Chinese investors have arrived in Gwadar. to explore opportunities and investment potential in the refineries. textiles, petrochemicals and agriculture sectors,” the chairman praised. said Zhang. It noted that over 50,000 plants have planted, mostly for clean, green pods, led by COPHC.
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