DAVOS: On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan informed the world economic forum (WEF) that his government’s greatest challenge was to reform state institutions in order to improve the government’s governance and economic situation in the country.
Prime Minister Imran Khan started his speech by referring to his government’s one of the country’s most successful campaigns, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, like the Billion Tree Tsunami Project.
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Prime Minister said, “We have made people realize that Pakistan is vulnerable to climate change,” adding that “Women in mountain communities engage in planting nurseries and his provincial government took the initiative in 2013 to include local communities in a tree-planting campaign.”
Prime Minister further said that one of Pakistan’s greatest challenges over its entire history was to engage in conflict. He said that the Soviet war in Afghanistan and the invasion of Afghanistan had a catastrophic impact on Pakistan.
PM Khan said the economy in Pakistan has improved as the falling rupee grew in strength during the last couple of weeks and that investment in Pakistan has gone up 200 percent, Pakistan has risen year on year, and the Ease of Doing Business Index has increased 28 places in Pakistan.