World leaders including Chinese and British leadership laud Pakistani PM Imran Khan
The world leaders have appreciated the government of Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan's leading role to tackle environmental impacts with a number of mega initiatives.
In their virtual speeches and video messages in the main ceremony of World Environment Day that was hosted by Pakistan, they commemorated the efforts of Pakistani nation led by Prime Minister Imran Khan for showing the world that through devotion and commitment, the tides of global warming and climate change could be reversed.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that China commends Pakistan's commitment to ecosystem restoration, and stands ready to work with Pakistan and the rest of international community to step up cooperation within the UN framework.
Noting the significance of UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, President Xi said the thematic activities held by Pakistan are of great importance.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appreciated Prime Minister for undertaking a mega project of planting ten billion trees.
He said it is a huge campaign for forestation.
Executive Director UN Environment Programme, Inger Anderson said Pakistan is showing us a way. Prime Minister Imran Khan recently planted one billion tree of Ten Billion Tree Tsunami. Bravo to all.
President Word Economic Forum, Borge Brende, congratulating Pakistan, said that with these nature positive measures, Pakistan is showing to the world that it is possible to combine objectives of livelihood, resilience and ecological health.