ISLAMABAD: Britain’s Prince Charles on Thursday made a telephone call to Prime Minister Imran Khan and reiterated his country’s support for Pakistan in fight against the coronavirus.
According to the British High Commission, matters of mutual interest, bilateral ties, coronavirus pandemic, climate change and other issues were discussed during the telephonic conversation between the two leaders.
The Prince of Whales expressed sorrow over the COVID-19 related deaths in Pakistan. He lauded the country’s commitment to tackle global warming and reaffirmed that his country will support Pakistan to promote renewable energy initiatives in the country.
Both the leaders agreed on the need for global cooperation to cope with the international challenges.
On the occasion, Prince Charles told PM Imran that UK will host the United Nations’ climate change summit, known as COP26 next year.