Pakistan, US continue to hold consultations on a range of issues: FO

Pakistan and the United States continue to hold consultations on a range of issues and to advance these consultations, exchange of visits also takes place.

Responding to media queries, Foreign Office Spokesperson, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said in this context the following visits are taking place in coming days.

The US Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees, and Migration, Julieta Valls Noyes is arriving in Pakistan on a three-day visit from Monday, while the US Special Representative on Afghanistan Tom West will visit Islamabad on Thursday. Similarly, the US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Elizabeth Horst will also be visiting Pakistan from 9th of this month.

The Spokesperson further said that these visits are part of ongoing dialogue with the United States on a range of issues including, but not limited to the situation in Afghanistan.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Pakistan’s school for orphans ‘KORT’ wins prestigious Zayed Sustainability Prize

Pakistan's school for orphans 'KORT' has won the prestigious Zayed Sustainability Prize at COP28, Dubai.

The school is for children who became orphan during the 2005 earthquake.

Sumaiya Bibi a student of the school received the award on behalf of the school.

Zayed Sustainability Prize honours the legacy of UAE's founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan by rewarding small and medium enterprises, non-profit organisations and educational institutions that are addressing climate related challenges.

Source: Radio Pakistan