NEW YORK (92 News) - Prime Minister Imran Khan held meeting with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGC) session on Wednesday.
PM Imran apprised Solberg about latest situation in South Asia. Both leaders expressed confidence in mutual relations between the two countries.
Speaking to Norwegian premier, Imran Khan said Pakistan wanted to improve economic and trade relations besides investment between Pakistan and Norway.
Bill Gates sees PM
Separately, Pm Imran also met Microsoft founder Bill Gates and discussed matters of mutual interests.
Mr Gates termed the meeting a pleasant moment.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed for Ehsaas Programme (welfare) of the Pakistani government. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will provide technical and financial support for the program aimed at reducing inequality, investing in people, and lifting lagging districts.
HRW, Imran and Occupied Kashmir
Human Rights Watch (HRW) executive director Kenneth Roth called on Prime Minister Imran Khan who apprised the former about latest situation in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The premier said huge human destruction is being anticipated keeping in view the cruel steps taken by Modi government that wanted to change the demography of the Occupied Kashmir.
Roth told Imran Khan that HRW had raised the voice of Kashmiris and present day situation in the valley.