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President Arif Alvi urges for connection with nature to tackle global warming

ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi on Sunday urged the people to establish their persistent connection with the nature to tackle the challenges of global warming else the autumn would take on them.

Addressing an event in Islamabad, President Arif Alvi said the Central Asian states gave a message of peace and a bright future awaited the Central Asia.

He said Pakistan had also thrown away the chains of terrorism and extremism and had embarked upon a journey of development.

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The president said the neighboring and other friendly countries were also looking for peace in the region. He said during its war against terrorism, what Pakistan had learnt was important. He reiterated his call for efforts against Islamophobia and xenophobia.

Earlier, President Alvi had said the Muslim countries needed to devise a joint strategy to tackle the phenomenon of Islamophobia in the world.

Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad on Sunday in connection with Nowruz celebrations, the president had said that Pakistan had a vast experience of war against terrorism and the world can benefit from its expertise in this sector.

President Arif Alvi said that Pakistan had successfully defeated the menace terrorism and the current government had put the country on the path of economic progress, stability and prosperity.



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