NEW YORK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has arrived in New York where he will represent Pakistan in the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
The prime minister will address the 193-member UN General Assembly on Friday, and is expected to focus on a cooperation-based relationship with neighbouring countries India and Afghanistan while he will also highlight the Kashmir issue in his speech.
Sharif will also hold meetings with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and other world leaders on the side lines of the session.
The Pakistani premier will also participate in an energy conference along with the premiers of Norway and Denmark during which they will explore ways to acquire energy through non-conventional sources.
The prime minister will also co-chair UN peacekeeping summit along with the US Vice President Joe Biden and a few other world leaders.
Moreover, the prime minister will also attend a conference on reforms in the United Nations.