UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has mentioned that his authorities is taking a look at information associated to Pakistan’s continued “red” listing below the coronavirus restrictions.
Johnson made these remarks throughout a dialog with a Pakistani delegation on the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the place he was attending the Sovereign’s Parade because the Queen’s consultant, to observe 243 cadets commissioned as military officers.
Honoured to fulfill Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Sandhurst this morning. Working hand in hand with 🇬🇧 to take Pakistan 🇵🇰 UK 🇬🇧 friendship to the subsequent stage: H.E. Moazzam Ahmad Khan pic.twitter.com/RtfryUd2YP
— Pakistan High Commission London (@PakistaninUK) August 6, 2021
The UK PM’s remarks point out that there’s a probability that Pakistan could also be moved to the “amber list” in a number of weeks.
The Pakistani delegation included Moazzam Ali Khan and three different diplomats.
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According to official sources, Johnson’s remarks had been in response to the Pakistani delegation elevating the problem of the “red list” and the way inconvenient it was for 1000’s of Pakistanis.
The PM assured the delegation that his authorities was trying on the information and “considering possibilities”, based mostly on scientific recommendation.
Johnson mentioned that he’s trying ahead to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s go to to the United Kingdom quickly. The Pakistani delegation informed the UK premier that the South Asian nation, too, is trying ahead to the go to.
The Pakistani delegation was attending the annual ceremony to honour Pakistani cadets who attend the celebrated academy yearly. Two Pakistani cadets handed out yesterday from the navy academy.
The prime minister paid tribute to the navy cadets for finishing their coaching at Sandhurst.