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Imran Khan invites CEOs of renowned tech firms

 

“Imran Khan met Donald Trump on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Donald Trump said Imran Khan is his friend and he is happy to meet him again, he also offered to play a role regarding Kashmir issue.”

 

Sigve Brekke the CEO called Imran Khan to discuss the development and training of the youth skills enhancements. The meeting was also attended by the Chairperson Telenor Gunn Waersted

Prime Minister Imran Khan flawlessly excelled at the World Economic Forum following his grand appearance at United Nations Summit besides delivering a keynote speech at World Economic Forum Summit 2020.

Prime Minister Imran Khan met United States President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. During a formal meeting with the prime minister, Donald Trump said Imran Khan is his friend and he is happy to meet him again. This is the third meeting between the two leaders since Imran Khan visited Washington last year.

Donald Trump again offered to play a role regarding Kashmir issue, saying that he has been closely monitoring the situation in occupied Kashmir.

PM’s meeting with the CEO of SAP

SAP is a Germany-based software development company. Christian applauded the efforts of PM regarding the digitization of Pakistan’s governance and economics. Imran Khan invited SAP to construct their laboratories in Pakistan. The CEO of the tech giant briefed Imran Khan about the affiliation of the company with Pakistan in the last 20 years.

The German firm developed the digital system of pensions and salaries for the federal government of Pakistan. SAP or System, Application, and Product is one of the largest companies in the world when it comes to software development.

Meeting with Susan Wojcicki the CEO of YouTube

The meeting was held on Wednesday in which Wojcicki and Imran Khan talked about the utilization of a digital platform for building a good reputation for the country. Further Susan and the PM talked about attracting the investment and promotion of tourism in Pakistan.

Meeting with the CEO of Telenor

Sigve Brekke the CEO called Imran Khan to discuss the development and training of the youth skills enhancements. The meeting was also attended by the Chairperson Telenor Gunn Waersted.

PM appreciated the confidence of Telenor in Pakistan as the company had been established in the country from 2005. With an investment of over $3.5 billion, the company is in the lead of marketing in Pakistan. The CEO discussed enhancements of the digital solution when it comes to governance and alleviation of poverty via increased economic transactions and connectivity.

At last, Telenor demonstrated its strong commitment to the technological; sector of Pakistan and expressed their views regarding the enhancement of the sector.

Meeting with the COO of Facebook

Sheryl Sandberg met the PM on Wednesday. In the meeting, Imran Khan invited Facebook to invest in Pakistan and support the Pakistani incubators. He further asked Facebook to promote digital literacy in the country. Sheryl said in the meeting that the social media platforms should establish a third-party fact-checking service so that very responsible digital journalism is observed.

Meeting with CEO Siemens Joe Kaeser

Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at Davos, on the sidelines of WEF. While appreciating the long association of Siemens with Pakistan’s energy sector, Prime Minister Imran stated that skills development of youth is among top priorities of the government. In this regard, the prime minister expressed his desire for Siemens to introduce high technology skills training programs for Pakistani engineers under the ‘Hunarmand Jawan’ programme. Prime Minister Imran also extended an invitation to the CEO of Siemens to visit Pakistan.

Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razaq Dawood, SAPM Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, Ambassador at large on Investments Ali Jehangir Siddiqui were also present.

Meeting with fashion icon Ivanka Trump

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Ivanka Trump had in informal meeting on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2020 summit.

This is the first time that the Pakistani prime minister met President Trump’s daughter. The senior White House adviser has previously expressed her desire to work towards empowering Pakistani women to help them become a part of the country’s workforce.

The prime minister had said that one of the biggest advantages that Pakistan had was its population. “We are a nation of 210 million people and more than 60 percent of our population is below the age of 30,” he said.

Before concluding his speech, PM Imran stated that Pakistan had been gifted with a young population and a strategic location. He said his government’s “biggest challenge” now was to improve state institutions which would, in turn, refine governance.

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