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PM Shehbaz leaves for Egypt to attend climate change summit

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Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will embark on a two-day visit to Egypt on Monday. He will participate in a high-level summit as part of the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) The COP is the supreme decision-making body under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Published 3 months ago · Cairo, Egypt

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Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif to visit Egypt to participate in climate summit

This year's conference is being held in the resort town of Sharm-el-Sheikh from November 6 to 18

3 months ago·India
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PM Shehbaz arrives in Egypt to attend COP27

FM Bilawal, other cabinet members & senior officials accompany Shehbaz during the two-day official visit

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PM Shehbaz leaves for Egypt to attend COP27

He is expected to address the summit and raise critical climate issues facing Pakistan

3 months ago
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