Onus on Developed Nations for Handling Climate Change: Nawaz Sharif

Ahead of the Climate Summit in Paris, Sharif put the responsibility on developed nations for approaching the challenges in climate changes.

Published: 30th November 2015 09:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th November 2015 09:58 AM   |  A+A-


KARACHI: Ahead of the Climate Summit in Paris, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif put the responsibility on ‘developed’ nations for approaching the challenges in climate changes, while adding that Pakistan was ready to contribute in the global efforts.

The Dawn reported that the Prime Minister asserted that Pakistan would not let any hurdles come in its development process when it comes to climate changes.

Sharif after arriving in the French capital for the two-week 21st UN Climate Change Conference, told the media that even though Pakistan has ‘minimum’ level of carbon emissions, they will contribute in the global efforts to tackle the climate change issues.

The Prime Minister will deliver his speech on Monday and will also hold bilateral meeting with other world leaders on the sidelines of the Summit. 

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