Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar invited on Friday the Dutch firms to invest in the country in the various sectors.
The premier held a meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the sidelines of COP28 in Dubai. On this occasion, both leaders underscored the bilateral relations. The situation in Afghanistan was also underlined.
They also discussed the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
PM Kakar stressed the need for working together bilaterally as well as through the European Union on matters of mutual interest.
– Pakistan not to blame for climate impact –
On Thursday, PM Kakar urged the developed countries to take responsibility for climate change.
The premier said that the country should not be held accountable for climate change and its devastating consequences.
In an interview with an American TV channel, he said that Pakistan’s regions like Sindh and Balochistan have suffered from severe floods due to shifting climate patterns.
Kakar emphasized that the ‘Loss and Damage Fund’ must be initiated and that it must be kept apart from loans from banking institutions. In order to adequately address losses and damages brought on by climate change, he emphasized that these funds should be supplementary and merit-based.
The prime minister emphasized the value of encouraging an open dialogue on climate change as an alternative to forcing policies on countries and businesses. In addition to stressing the importance of a global structure under the United Nations that is backed by significant financial institutions to handle the Loss and Damage Fund comprehensively, he asked wealthy nations to show responsibility in tackling climate-related challenges.