The IAEA chief’s visit will give Pakistan and the IAEA the chance to further their cooperation in the peaceful applications of nuclear tech for socioeconomic development.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi’s visit to Pakistan beginning on February 16 will give Pakistan and the organisation the chance to explore ways to advance cooperation in peaceful nuclear tech applications for socioeconomic development.
Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, a spokesperson for the Foreign Office, provided information on Thursday during a weekly news briefing in Islamabad.
The FO spokesperson stated that the IAEA chief will visit various institutions employing nuclear tech in the fields of health, agriculture, industry, and power generation, as well as hold high level meetings, including one with the foreign secretary.
According to Ms. Baloch, the IAEA chief’s visit will give Pakistan and the IAEA the chance to further their cooperation in the peaceful applications of nuclear tech for socioeconomic development.
In response to a question, she said that Pakistan’s top officials are being met by Dr. Pornchai Danvivathana, the secretary general of the Asian Cooperation Dialogue.
She claimed that throughout these meetings, Pakistan reiterated its commitment to multilateralism and the development of positive relationships with all Asian Cooperation Dialogue participants.
In Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, an eviction campaign is being conducted by India (IIOJK). The Kashmiri people’s fight for their right to self-determination is supported by Pakistan.
Bulldozers have been used in recent years to terrorize Muslims by destroying their homes. It is regrettable that Indian authorities are intimidating the IIOJK population by using land as a weapon.
Pakistan has expressed its deepest condolences and sympathies to the victims of the earthquake that hit parts of Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon on February 6, offering support in the form of relief assistance and rescue and support teams. There are no reports of any casualties among Pakistani nationals.
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs visited Sri Lanka and held comprehensive talks with Foreign Minister Ali Sabry. Pakistan participated in the Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) preparatory to the upcoming OIC Council of Foreign Ministers held in Jeddah.
The Senior Officials discussed key issues and challenges confronting the Islamic world, including Palestine, the Jammu and Kashmir dispute, conflicts in Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Mali, and Yemen, and the recent racist, xenophobic, and Islamophobic acts of desecration of the Holy Quran in Europe and minorities in non-OIC countries.