PM Imran reaches New York to attend UNGA session Sep 22, 2019 0 417 12345 tribune.com.pk islamabadPrime Minister Imran Khan reached New York on Saturday on a week-long visit to attend the UN General Assembly session and be part of a host of other activities, including a meeting President Donald Trump.He was received by Pakistan’s UN ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, US envoy and other senior officials. The highlight of the prime minister’s US visit is his maiden address to the UN General Assembly, which would focus on recent Indian decision to strip the disputed Indian administered Kashmir of its special status and subsequent curfew and restrictions imposed in the valley. The prime minister will address the General Assembly on Friday, September 27, and share Pakistan’s perspective and position on the Kashmir dispute and its current human rights and related dimensions.Besides his address, he will hold meetings with world leaders on the sidelines of the General Assembly session, including President Trump. This will be the second meeting between the two leaders in two months. Last time the two met at the White House on July 22 when Imran undertook his maiden visit to Washington as the prime minister.While a trilateral summit meeting of Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey will be held on the sidelines, the prime minister will also interact with cross-section of international media outlets including meetings with editorial boards. Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES ‘Millions’ protest in youth-led global climate change strike Sep 22, 2019 0 225 Trump slams ‘partisan’ whistleblower, Biden responds forcefully Sep 22, 2019 0 423 UK Labour deputy leader survives bid to oust him over Brexit Sep 22, 2019 0 620 Malta takes some migrants from Ocean Viking, but leaves others onboard Reuters LA VALLETTA A group of 265 migrants were brought to Malta on Saturday, including 36 from the rescue ship Ocean Viking, but the operators of the ship complained that more than 180 other migrants on board had been .. First Indian will be sent to space by our rocket in 2021: ISRO chief New Delhi: If India does launch the Gaganyaan mission, it will be the fourth nation to do so after the United States, Russia and China. The mission is estimated to cost around Rs 10,000 crore. India is moving ahead to meet its .. Manila halts aid talks with backers of UN rights probe into drug war Manila: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration has ordered the suspension of all loan and grant talks with foreign governments that backed a United Nations resolution to review human rights abuses .. Italy rise in ‘phantom’ boats as new route sees migrants go undetected Rome: Italy has seen a rise in so-called “phantom” boat arrivals as traffickers ferry migrants across the Mediterranean from Tunisia rather than Libya without being spotted, a prosecutor warned Saturday. The closing .. US, El Salvador sign agreement on asylum to curb migration Washington: The United States and El Salvador reached an agreement Friday aimed at curbing illegal migration, opening the door for the US to potentially send refugees back to the violent Central American country. The .. 100 arrested in Paris ‘yellow vest’ protests Paris: Over a hundred demonstrators were arrested at yellow vest protests in Paris on Saturday as about 7,500 police were deployed to deal with the movement’s radical anarchist “black blocs” strand. After first ..