September 28, 2023

UN Secretary General visits world heritage site Moen jo Daro

UN Sceratary at Moen jo daro

UN Secretary General visits world heritage site Moen jo Daro

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres during his visit to flood and rain affected areas also visited the Moen jo Daro, the historical site of Indus civilisation located in Larkana district.

He also visited flood-affected areas of Balochistan and called on world to provide “massive” financial support to Pakistan.

Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto in his tweet said, accompanied UNSG to Usta Muhammad, Larkana & Moen jo Daro today. He personally witnessed scale of climate carnage & heard from flood affectees, displaced people and first responders. Pakistan greatly appreciates his timely visit and efforts in mobilizing international support.

The visit of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is being appreciated on social media. After Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, if Pakistan has got any foreign minister, then he is Bhutto’s grandson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

The most successful foreign minister of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has brightened the image of Pakistan in the whole world the future of Pakistan is bright.

UN Secretary General visits flood affected areas of Sindh

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah welcomed United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres at Karachi Airport Terminal One.

Sindh Chief Minister held talks with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres at the VVIP lounge.

Sindh Chief Minister thanked the UN Secretary General for visiting the flood affected areas and meeting the victims.

Sindh Chief Minister also thanked the United Nations Secretary General for visiting Moinjo Daro and added that Moin Jo Daro is a World Heritage Site. Secretary General’s personal efforts to save this heritage are commendable

UNK Secretary General’s determination to make personal efforts to solve the problems of flood victims is commendable, Sindh Chief Minister said.

The international community will play its role to bring Pakistan out of this difficult time, assured the UN Secretary General.

The Chief Minister of Sindh presented the UN Secretary General traditional gifts of Sindh, Ajrak, Sindhi Topi and Khais.