LONDON, Sep 26 (APP): Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar on Tuesday interacted with the students at the prestigious Oxford Union, engaging with an enthusiastic audience of academics and students.
The Oxford Union, known for hosting influential leaders and thinkers, warmly welcomed the prime minister.
Oxford Union President Disha Hegde moderated an interactive Q&A session with the prime minister, providing valuable insights into his vision on important national, regional, and global issues.
Following this engaging discussion, Prime Minister Kakar took questions from Oxford University students, connecting with the next generation of leaders and scholars.
During the interaction, the prime minister spoke in detail on Pakistan’s economy, politics, security, and relations with neighbours.
At the Oxford Union office, the prime minister signed the Visitors’ Book, recognizing the institution’s pivotal role in shaping global discourse and leadership.
Earlier, Prime Minister Kakar also visited the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, where he was received by Dr. Farhan Ahmad Nizami, the Centre’s Director.
Dr. Nizami gave the prime minister a tour of the Centre and briefed him on its efforts to promote intercultural understanding and the study of Islamic civilization.
The event marked a significant moment of intellectual exchange and dialogue, highlighting the prime minister’s commitment to fostering global partnerships and intellectual growth.