'Pak: US 'Green Alliance' framework aimed to meet economic challenges'.

ISLAMABAD -- US Deputy Chief of Mission Andrew Schofer said on Thursday that US: Pakistan 'Green Alliance' framework was aimed to meet environmental and economic challenges.

The senior diplomat participated in a stakeholder consultation on trade, climate, and green shipping in Pakistan organised by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

During the discussion, policy makers and private: sector leaders identified existing issues and challenges related to climate change, with a specific focus on promoting green and sustainable shipping practices in Pakistan. The participants developed actionable recommendations and a common vision for a path forward.

'Through the US: Pakistan 'Green Alliance' framework, our two countries are jointly preparing to meet the environmental and economic challenges of the future, especially climate change, while spurring sustainable and inclusive economic growth,' DCM Schofer said.

'Through events like the one today, we are...

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