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UK Govt. lists top priorities for Pakistan

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Islamabad, 4 August 2021 (TDI): In a recent report by UNDP, the UK Director Development of Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office of the British High Commission, Annabel Gerry has highlighted UK’s top developmental policies for Pakistan.
After a review of defense, security, development, and foreign policy, UK has listed Climate Change, education, and pandemic response key policy areas for development and diplomacy for Pakistan.
According to the Integrated Review, the loss of biodiversity due to climate change requires an urgent response, and the UK has pledged to continue developmental efforts in alignment with the Paris Agreement. According to the review, 32 percent of the UK’s global aid will be directed towards eight countries which includes Pakistan.
“The UK is committed to supporting Pakistan tackle its climate challenge, and we are focusing this support on adaptation and resilience, clean energy and climate finance. As part of our development assistance, we are working with local communities to respond to, and become more resilient to the challenges of climate change” writes Annabel Gerry. The developmental policy for clean energy, education, and climate financing will be the grounds of future diplomatic relations in the 26th UN Climate Change COP26 in the coming November. This review all in all implicates that ” UK and Pakistan are together in building back greener with our shared ambition on tackling climate change.”
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