Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and US President Donald Trump will Fulfill this week to the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, the Foreign Office announced on Monday.
This could be the next leadership-level interaction between Pakistan and the US because Prime Minister Khan’s maiden trip to Washington in July 2019. Both leaders had met on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in September.
Their meeting comes amid worries in the Gulf area between Iran and the US, and Pakistan’s attempts to drum up support on the Kashmir issue.
Ahead of the statement of his interview with Trump, Khan on Saturday warned he emphasized”an Indian false flag operation.” He explained there was an urgent need for UN Security Council to insist India let the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) return to Kashmir.
“I wish to make clear to India and the global community that if India continues its army strikes killing civilians around LoC, Pakistan will find it increasingly hard to stay an inactive audience across the LoC,” Khan tweeted Saturday.
India asserts the UNMOGIP, based in January 1949, has outlived its usefulness and is immaterial after the Simla Agreement and the consequent establishment of the Line of Control.
A lot of other meetings will also be scheduled with a vast selection of corporate, business, finance and technology executives, and representatives of international financial institutions, the Foreign Office said, revealing details of Khan’s program at Davos.
Khan will provide a keynote address in the WEF Special Session, and socialize with CEOs and corporate leaders in the Pakistan Strategy Dialogue’.
Prime Minister Khan may even talk to global editors and media throughout a semester using the Forum’s International Media Council.
During his engagements at Davos,” Prime Minister Khan will discuss Pakistan’s vision and accomplishments in the fields of market, peace and stability, commerce, business, and investment opportunities, the FO said.
He’ll also highlight the present situation in Kashmir and Pakistan’s view on key regional and global issues, it stated.
This season marks the 50th anniversary of this Forum.
In keeping with the importance of this landmark, political leaders, industry executives, heads of international organizations and civil society agents will deliberate on modern economic, economic, social and ecological issues in Davos summit.