PM Imran, Prince Charles exchange views on bilateral relations, Covid-19 situation


ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan held a telephonic conversation with Prince of Wales Prince Charles and exchanged views on bilateral relations, issues of mutual interest including Covid-19, climate change and biodiversity. The Prime Minister expressed condolences on the loss of precious lives in the UK due to Covid-19.

He briefed the Prince of Wales on steps taken by the Government to address the challenges of Climate Change, highlighting the launching of ‘Eco-System Restoration Initiative’, including 10 Billion Tree Plantation Project as well as establishment of national parks under Protected Areas Initiative.

Prime Minister Imran Khan extended invitation to the Prince of Wales to visit Pakistan along with the Duchess of Cornwall.

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