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President Joe Biden administration announced that the United States of America would be holding an online World Leaders’ Climate Summit in the month of April. The White House statement released on March 26th said “President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climate he will host on April 22 and 23. The virtual Leaders Summit will be live-streamed for public viewing”.

According to the statement by the White House, the key themes of the summit are set to revolve around the urgency – and the economic benefits – of stronger climate action.

In the list of invitees included several world leaders like PM Modi of India, PM Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, PM Lotay Tshering and others like President Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping from China.

Other countries whose premiers have been invited to the Climate Summit include Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Republic of the Congo, Denmark, European Commission, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Singapore amongst others.





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This would have probably been the only summit where Imran Khan and Netanyahu would have been speaking on the same forum.

I feel that Biden is carrying Obama's legacy by snubbing Pakistan. Trump at least recognized Pakistan's importance.
 

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So this patwari mean Pakistani government is selected n rejected by America
So Pakistanis shouldn't put too much hope on future american military product including sub system like US engines for future procurement.
Actually it’s help us in long term .now out policy makers have fully understanding of Biden administration n they plan how to tackle him.
 

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President Joe Biden administration announced that the United States of America would be holding an online World Leaders’ Climate Summit in the month of April. The White House statement released on March 26th said “President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climate he will host on April 22 and 23. The virtual Leaders Summit will be live-streamed for public viewing”.

According to the statement by the White House, the key themes of the summit are set to revolve around the urgency – and the economic benefits – of stronger climate action.

In the list of invitees included several world leaders like PM Modi of India, PM Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, PM Lotay Tshering and others like President Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping from China.

Other countries whose premiers have been invited to the Climate Summit include Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Republic of the Congo, Denmark, European Commission, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Singapore amongst others.





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This would have probably been the only summit where Imran Khan and Netanyahu would have been speaking on the same forum.

I feel that Biden is carrying Obama's legacy by snubbing Pakistan. Trump at least recognized Pakistan's importance.
We will receive orders. See the thing is, in past, we ignored all our National decisions due to one thing or the other. We only get orders, and global leaders exactly know how to control Pakistan.
So actually that's the reason why we don't have any standing anywhere.
Want respect? Get your stuff under your tight control.
 

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USA invites 40 world leaders for online climate summit including PMs of India, Bangladesh and Bhutan, Pakistan not included

Interestingly, on January 20th, Imran Khan had taken to Twitter to congratulate President Joe Biden and hoped that USA and Pakistan 'would work closely' on a host of subjects, including ' countering climate change.



USA invites 40 world leaders for online climate summit, including PMs of India, Bangladesh and Bhutan, Pakistan not included
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (Image credit: WION)

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President Joe Biden administration announced that the United States of America would be holding an online World Leaders’ Climate Summit in the month of April. The White House statement released on March 26th said “President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climate he will host on April 22 and 23. The virtual Leaders Summit will be live-streamed for public viewing”.

According to the statement by the White House, the key themes of the summit are set to revolve around the urgency – and the economic benefits – of stronger climate action.

In the list of invitees included several world leaders like PM Modi of India, PM Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, PM Lotay Tshering and others like President Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping from China.

Other countries whose premiers have been invited to the Climate Summit include Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Republic of the Congo, Denmark, European Commission, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Singapore amongst others.

However, in the list of 40 leaders, one name was conspicuously absent – that of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Interestingly, on January 20th, Imran Khan had taken to Twitter to congratulate President Joe Biden and hoped that USA and Pakistan ‘would work closely’ on a host of subjects, including ‘ countering climate change.

I congratulate President @JoeBiden on his inauguration. Look forward to working with @POTUS in building a stronger Pak-US partnership through trade & economic engagement, countering climate change, improving public health, combating corruption & promoting peace in region & beyond
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) January 20, 2021
By the looks of it, USA is not taking up Imran Khan on the offer of ‘working closely’ to ‘counter climate change’.

Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has been trying extremely hard to cosy up to the new Biden administration in the USA. Ambitiously, Khan had recently offered to mediate between China and the United States of America as well.

Addressing the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Trade and Investment Conference in Colombo in February, Khan said, “I also feel that and I want to believe that Pakistan can play its part in reducing the rising tensions between the United States and China. Some 50 years back it was Pakistan that opened up China for the United States. It was Pakistan that organised the meeting between Henry Kissinger and the Chinese. So I hope that again we can play our part.”

“We would rather be a country that brings other nations and humanity together, rather than becoming a country that is part of rivalries between two countries,” he had added.

While Pakistan is certainly an ally of the USA, much to the laters peril, it is evident that as a country, it is almost impossible to take Pakistan as seriously as the rest of the world.
 

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Biden will come on line eventually Allie or not an Allie US needs Pakistan especially khan to deal with Taliban plus khan himself is white man he knows what oldman Biden is playing he will not offer anything to him anymore he is PM for another 2.5 yrs Biden has deal with guy Biden wants 2008 crooks back in power in Pakistan which not gonna happen again.
 
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woohoo, something for india to celebrate. (and the followers of amritsari d##ay)
Biden playing old games with khan won't give him break anymore keep watching rest they leaving Afghanistan anyway leave shit behind again like 80s
 

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A great news!!! What Khair can come out of these Ehl-I Kufr?!?!?
Turkey’s been invited. In this case it is either PM Khan’s COVID diagnosis or geopolitics, not a religious matter. Mostly the COVID.

This will not be the first nor the last conference Pakistan will be excluded from. Diplomacy is a 90% optics 10% substance and 100% money and power. It’s a good thing the PM was not invited to this meeting, because it will just be a rehashing of old points as well as brining up the $100 Billion a year pledge developed nations made to aid developing nations to deal with climate change. https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/100_billion_climate_finance_report.pdf

So it’s basically, during this conference it will be a rehash of the report from above and the remarks in the following two videos:

With the US making up 20% of global GDP, at least 30% of the developed world’s GDP, a reasonable burden on the US would be $20-30 Billion a year in foreign aid to combat climate change. Considering how difficult it was to get the $1.9 Trillion COVID bill through Congress, there is no appetite for any major “Green new deal”-esque, tens of billion in foreign aid to developing nations. Political pundits in the US are already calling the Biden COVID bill the “high watermark” of his presidency; he probably won’t be able to even get a major domestic infrastructure bill past, much less tens of billions in foreign aid.

So Aid is in doubt (from most developed nations, considering the lingering economic fallout from the pandemic, and the need for them to fix their own house before thinking of people abroad, at least a few years). Perhaps, developed nations may offer trade concessions to developing countries (also a way to diversify away from China under the guise of Climate Change, huh?), which maybe possible.

This is where the PM’s team can be proactive and not appear reactive. This conference is to be held in approx. 4 weeks. In this time, the PM’s team can put together a report of the impact of climate change upon Pakistan, with specific and per capita metrics, what initiatives Pakistan had taken to address the situation, especially it relatively low per capita emissions (which it retains the right to increase four fold just to reach the global average if need be, as it industrializes, unless it has other options made available to it ...). Lay its case out (with the aid of international law experts, considering Pakistan signed the Paris Agreement, and say what paths it can go down with and without international partnership). Releasing this kind of a report (without any other comment) a few days before the conference, will speak for itself.

Basically, everything the PM would have said had he gone to the conference anyway.

These conferences remind me of the atmosphere of the 90s, where many high ideals were espoused, while the real metric global powers cared about was economic growth. Which is why, the PM should just focus on getting the economy to grow faster, and then all the prospective global partners will seemingly appear as if out of nowhere. We’ve learned the lesson; trade not aid.

All this goes without saying that China may be looking to boost its global goodwill post-pandemic and may in fact send free equipment, infrastructure projects, and advisors to help developing nations modernize without increasing their emissions. What western nations don’t provide some developing nations, may be offset by China, if it takes up a “more bold” global approach, commensurate with its share of global GDP (17%) or share of the GDP of developed nations (20-25%) as part of the developed nations $100 Billion / yr pledge. A relatively modest Chinese global aid program of $20-25 Billion / year, would buy them alot of good will, and help those nations to develop (employ more Chinese abroad; the equivalent of a Chinese Peace Corp, earn Massive amounts of “Face” Globally) and be able to afford more Chinese goods.

Similar to the American Peace Corp, that just turned 60 years old this year, but with high technology to fight climate change

This kind of investment pays of for years to come, as the people they meet could one day become the leader of their nation.

An example, is these developing nations exporting high quality, (modernized farming with Chinese technology) high yield but organic food to China. It helps China build up safe alternative food supplies, and helps earn these nations money. These countries could also develop their tourism industries and with Chinese financing, Chinese specific accommodation would be available so that more Chinese can travel to more places globally and feel comfortable, while supporting local industries, and building people to people relations.

it’s a win win for them and nations that they work with in that regard.

Finally to get a full scope of how those giving out foreign aid see foreign aid:
 
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So Pakistanis shouldn't put too much hope on future american military product including sub system like US engines for future procurement.
Only fools would. America is an untrustworthy snake.

We will play the rednecks in Afghanistan.
 

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On one hand pakistan has been made to make peace with India, and on the other they are don't even bothering to give them s***.
Only fools would. America is an untrustworthy snake.

We will play the rednecks in Afghanistan.
That won't happen unless you have people in Pindi and Isb, whose interest are aligned with Pakistan and not with UK/USA.
 

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USA invites 40 world leaders for online climate summit including PMs of India, Bangladesh and Bhutan, Pakistan not included

Interestingly, on January 20th, Imran Khan had taken to Twitter to congratulate President Joe Biden and hoped that USA and Pakistan 'would work closely' on a host of subjects, including ' countering climate change.



USA invites 40 world leaders for online climate summit, including PMs of India, Bangladesh and Bhutan, Pakistan not included
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (Image credit: WION)

https://www.facebook.com/sharer.php...change-summit-leaves-out-pakistan-imran-khan/
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President Joe Biden administration announced that the United States of America would be holding an online World Leaders’ Climate Summit in the month of April. The White House statement released on March 26th said “President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climate he will host on April 22 and 23. The virtual Leaders Summit will be live-streamed for public viewing”.

According to the statement by the White House, the key themes of the summit are set to revolve around the urgency – and the economic benefits – of stronger climate action.

In the list of invitees included several world leaders like PM Modi of India, PM Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, PM Lotay Tshering and others like President Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping from China.

Other countries whose premiers have been invited to the Climate Summit include Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Republic of the Congo, Denmark, European Commission, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Singapore amongst others.

However, in the list of 40 leaders, one name was conspicuously absent – that of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Interestingly, on January 20th, Imran Khan had taken to Twitter to congratulate President Joe Biden and hoped that USA and Pakistan ‘would work closely’ on a host of subjects, including ‘ countering climate change.


By the looks of it, USA is not taking up Imran Khan on the offer of ‘working closely’ to ‘counter climate change’.

Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has been trying extremely hard to cosy up to the new Biden administration in the USA. Ambitiously, Khan had recently offered to mediate between China and the United States of America as well.

Addressing the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Trade and Investment Conference in Colombo in February, Khan said, “I also feel that and I want to believe that Pakistan can play its part in reducing the rising tensions between the United States and China. Some 50 years back it was Pakistan that opened up China for the United States. It was Pakistan that organised the meeting between Henry Kissinger and the Chinese. So I hope that again we can play our part.”

“We would rather be a country that brings other nations and humanity together, rather than becoming a country that is part of rivalries between two countries,” he had added.

While Pakistan is certainly an ally of the USA, much to the laters peril, it is evident that as a country, it is almost impossible to take Pakistan as seriously as the rest of the world.
I am always happy to see when the US distances itself from Pakistan. I am not so happy when the US imposes itself on to Pakistan.

The US should now also concentrate on removing its mega embassy in Islamabad and banning military to military relations.
 

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