Pakistan’s tourism potential needs to be tapped
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has the potential to attract foreign tourists as there are numerous archeological sites, castles, ancient mosques and unprecedented northern area’s scenic beauty, Advisor to PM on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said during a meeting with President World Wildlife Foundation Ahmed Bilal and Director Rab Nawaz on Tuesday. Malik Amin Aslam apprised s delegation that Prime Minister Imran Khan is very conscious of environmental protection and tourism promotion and has directed the tourism task force to find out bottlenecks that hinders tourism promotion.[the_ad id="31605"]Imran Khan has directed to undertake development work and measures to promote tourism in Pakistan. Adviser briefed the World Wildlife Foundation delegation about the 10 billion Tree Tsunami Project, Recharge Pakistan Project, measures taken for the protection of endangered Wildlife animals. He added that nomination of Pakistan as the Vice President and Vice Chair at the world two most crucial environmental protection forums: COP24 and UN Environment Forum of Ministers at Singapore is an obvious change and magnum opus of incumbent government and Ministry of Climate Change. World Wildlife Foundation President Ahmed Bilal outlined the project details that World Wildlife Foundation has carried out in Pakistan that included public awareness campaign for environmental protection, trees plantation , snow leopard protection , smog mitigation and plastic waste management.