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Climate-hit Pakistan to cooperate with Switzerland on ways to manage the risks of natural disaster

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Saturday his country looked forward to cooperating with Switzerland on managing the effects of climate change and receiving an advanced weather warning system from the European country.The two countries announced they will “pool resources” to help strengthen Pakistan’s response to such disasters. Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis and the head of Pakistan’s disaster management authority, Lieutenant General Inam Haider Malik, signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the Nathia Gali resort, to cooperate on ways to manage natural disaster risks The Swiss foreign minister, who was on a three-day visit to Pakistan, said the MoU signing was a “vital step” in helping Pakistan overcome the catastrophic effects of climate change. The situation in Pakistan was a “stark reminder” of the urgent need for international cooperation against climate change beyond borders, he added. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, present at the event, said that despite his country’s less than one percent contribution to carbon emissions, it was bearing the brunt of global climate disasters.

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  • Gorffly mokua

    43 w

    such Collaborations partnerships should be fostered in every sector for acceleration towards achieving our goals.

    • Princess

      43 w

      @gorffly_mokua that's true and they are essential for addressing climate change effectively.

    • Videlis Eddie

      49 w

      Great partnership

      • winnie nguru

        49 w

        Collaboration always yields big results. The cooperation will help harness technology and expertise in dealing with the disasters together

        • We Don't Have Time

          49 w

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          • Daniel Waweru

            49 w

            These are the impactful partnerships we need

            • Edwin wangombe

              49 w

              Such partnerships are beneficial and should be encouraged

              • Jengaj John

                49 w

                @edwin_wangombe I strongly agree with you.

              • Peter Karanga

                49 w

                It is encouraging to see Pakistan and Switzerland working together to address the issue of climate-related disaster risks. This cooperation is essential to ensure that the people of Pakistan are better equipped to handle the potential risks caused by future natural disasters. We hope that this partnership can help create innovative solutions to managing risks and build resilience against natural disasters.

                • Munene Mugambi

                  49 w

                  This partnership has to be helpful to the Pakistani people

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