According to ARY News, Chairman of Pakistan -PTI- Imran Khan visited with British Foreign Secretary of Christian Turner on Tuesday and reviewed bilateral ties.
The leader of the PTI emphasized the need of putting an end to the practice of money laundering as well as the flow of riches from less developed nations to more developed ones.
According to the information, former Prime Minister Imran Khan talked only with British High Ambassador to address issues pertaining to their respective countries’ bilateral ties as well as issues of common interest. At the meeting were also present Fawad Chaudhry, who is the national additional chairman of the party, and Amir Mehmood Kiyani, who is the central assistant secretary of the party.
Investigation of Financial Swindles:
Imran Khan placed a strong focus on putting an end to the practice of financial fraud and the transfer of riches from less developed nations to more developed ones. According to him, the movement of wealth from less developed to more developed nations is a significant problem that requires immediate attention.
According to what he stated, the unequal distribution of wealth across countries contributes to a worldwide imbalance. He went on to say that the practice encourages individuals to relocate to the nations in question as well.
He went on to say that the loss of intellectual capital that arises from the movement of people is a source of difficulty for less developed nations. According to the head of the PTI, the government of the United Kingdom is in a position to play a significant part in putting an end to this practice.
According to the former prime minister, the government of the United Kingdom is in a position to make significant contributions toward putting an end to this practice.
During the event, a British High Commissioner expressed his gratitude to the previous Prime Minister for hosting him.
Dr. Christian Turner, CMG, has the following to say:
I couldn’t be happier to be here at this moment in time, when there’s so many possibilities for the friendship between the United Kingdom and Pakistan to grow even stronger. Our connections are both longstanding and one-of-a-kind, and the United Kingdom and Pakistan represent the very best that a global collaboration can be. Our links with people to people reflect not just our history, but also our present and our future; there are approximately 1.5 million British citizens who are of Pakistani descent.
I am excited to work with the Government and his staff to strengthen those relationships very substantially. I am extremely excited about this opportunity. We focused on the potential to increase trade and investment between the United Kingdom and Pakistan; the challenges that climate change poses to Pakistan; and the ways in that we can both operate around each other, as well as at the international environmental summit that will be hosted in the United Kingdom in November, known as COP-26.
پاکستان میں برطانوی ہائی کمشنر کرسچئن ٹرنر کی چیئرمین پاکستان تحریک انصاف عمران خان سے ملاقات
چیئرمین تحریک انصاف کی منی لانڈرنگ کے ذریعے غریب ممالک سے سرمائے کی ترسیل کے تدارک کی ضرورت پر زور pic.twitter.com/Wc468Mcgtb
— PTI (@PTIofficial) July 5, 2022
“The illegal movement of funds is a major problem for countries that are still economically developing.”
Imran Khan, who was removed from his position as Prime Minister in April, said that an illicit transfer of money increases economic inequity on a worldwide scale
Khan made the observation that the fact-finding team appointed by the (UN) Secretary-General has also emphasized the complexities of the matter in its report.
The head of the Pakistan –PTI– went on to say that the illegal movement of funds is responsible for forcing individuals to migrate from underdeveloped governments to developed ones. This, in turn, creates a problem for the wealthy nations and presents them with additional issues.
According to the chairman of the PTI, the British government could play a significant part in the process of achieving this objective, and justice requires that nations take measures to effectively limit money laundering around the globe.