The Prime Minister arrived in Geneva to jointly chair the first World Refugee Forum
Prime Minister Imran Khan has arrived in Geneva, Switzerland's capital, where he will jointly preside over the First World Refugee Forum.
On arrival to Geneva, Pakistan's Permanent Ambassador to the United Nations Khalil Hashmi, representatives of the Swiss government and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees received Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Ambassador Ahmad Nadeem Waraich, Pakistani Ambassador to Switzerland and Dr. Muhammad Mujtaba Pracha, Permanent Representative of the Pakistani Mission to the World Trade Organization (WTO) Geneva were also present on the occasion.
Assistant Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari and Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood are accompanied by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The World Refugee Forum is the first major meeting of the 21st Century, jointly hosted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Switzerland.
In the World Refugee Forum, Prime Minister Imran Khan will highlight Pakistan's perspectives, experiences, and role in Afghan refugees.
The invitation to jointly preside over the World Refugee Forum is a recognition of Pakistan's generosity, humanitarian leadership and the love of the people of Pakistan for the last 40 years with Afghan brothers and sisters.
Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Bahrain on Thursday at the invitation of Bahrain's commander, Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa, as a special guest at his National Day celebrations.
Where Bahrain's King Hamdan Bin Isa Khalifa awarded Prime Minister Imran Khan the highest civilian award in the province of Bahrain.
It should be noted that Imran Khan had also made a one-day visit to Saudi Arabia, where he met with Saudi Arabia's top leadership.