NEW YORK, Sep 23 (APP): Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar left New York for home Saturday after leading Pakistan’s delegation to the 78th session of United Nations General Assembly.
He was seen off at New York’s JFK airport by Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Munir Akram, Ambassador to the United States, Masood Khan, the Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Aamir Khan, Consul General in New York, Aamer Ahmed Atozai, and other officials.
During his 5-day hectic visit, PM Kakar addressed the UN General Assembly, the first caretaker prime minister to do so.
He also held bilateral meetings with counterparts from various countries as well as with the heads of international organizations, philanthropic organizations and corporate leaders. He also had a number of media engagements.
At his press conference Friday evening, the prime minister said during his interactions, he had outlined Pakistan’s position on key issues such as Kashmir, Afghanistan, Palestine as well as his government’s efforts to overcome the country’s economic challenges.