Bilawal Bhutto on maiden US visit as FM for global food security meeting

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari reached New York Wednesday on a demoiselle three- day sanctioned visit to the US since holding office to atend a global food security meeting.

FM Bilawal is visiting the USA at the assignation of Secretary of State Antony Blinken to attend the clerical meeting on’ Global Food Security Call to Action ‘to be held at the United Nations moment (Wednesday).
According to the FO, Bilawal will have other important engagements as well on the sidelines, including a bilateral meeting with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, which is listed for moment.

Bilawal reached New York on a marketable flight and was entered by Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN Ambassador Munir Akram and Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US Masood Khan.
To drink Bilawal to New York, Deputy Permanent Representative Ambassador Aamir Khan, NY Consul-General Ayesha Ali and other officers from the endless charge of Pakistan to the UN and Embassy were also present.

The FM will share in an open discussion at a UN Security Council meeting. Also, he’s also likely to meet the UN clerk-general and the chairman of the UNSC.

The meetings in New York are anticipated to go a long way towards resetting ties with the US. The ties suffered lows during the Imran Khan government. The assignation to attend the New York meetings was extended when Blinken dialed Bilawal to compliment him on taking office.

The New York meetings will bring together a regionally different group of countries, including those most affected by food instability and those in a position to take action to address it, it was before reported.

Bilawal will punctuate Pakistan’s perspective and policy precedences in the two meetings.
“Pakistan will continue to play a visionary part in supporting transnational sweats to advance the participated objects of a peaceful and stable world-free of conflict, poverty and hunger,” said the Foreign Office.

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