Pakistan elected VP at UN environment forum. Pakistan was elected as vice president at the Asia Pacific’s third UN Environment Ministers and Environment Authorities Forum, held in Singapore from January 23 to January 25.
This was disclosed by Climate Change Advisor Malik Amin Aslam to the Prime Minister in a tweet. He said Pakistan has been elected to the position because of the “sincere and committed” efforts of the country to preserve the environment.
As many as 41 regional ministers including China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand voted for Pakistan to represent them at the UN Environment Forum host country and chair in Singapore.
At Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Center in Singapore, the third meeting of the UN Environment Forum of Asia Pacific Ministers and Environment Authorities took place.
The forum centered on the theme of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA), ‘ Innovative Strategies for Environmental Issues and Sustainable Use and Development, ‘ ultimately aimed at a collaborative approach to the 4th UN Environment Assembly scheduled for March in Kenya. News report on Pakistan elected VP at UN environment forum.