2022: The MILESTONE YEAR

Jetex Annual Review Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The business aviation industry is currently going through the biggest transition in history, accelerated by the digitalisation, accessibility, and the exceptional travel conveniences that it offers against the backdrop of a gradual recovery from the health crisis. In many ways, it reflects […]

Jetex Annual Review

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The business aviation industry is currently going through the biggest transition in history, accelerated by the digitalisation, accessibility, and the exceptional travel conveniences that it offers against the backdrop of a gradual recovery from the health crisis. In many ways, it reflects the fourth industrial revolution, which is more significant, and its ramifications more profound, than in any prior period of human history.

With the private jet traffic setting new records in 2022, experts predict up to 8,500 new business jet deliveries until 2031, which amounts to an estimated total value of US$ 274 billion. At the same time, sustainability is at the top of the agenda to ensure that the industry develops in line with the decarbonisation goals set by IATA.

The record results could not have been achieved without the efficiency and exceptional ability of the business aviation industry to adapt and to remain connected to its customers, continuing to inspire their desire to travel and discover.

For the first time, Jetex invites you to discover the latest trends in private aviation, and what will shape the global industry in the future in its interactive annual review.

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Pakistan continues to pursue policy of peaceful neighborhood: FO

Pakistan continues to pursue a policy of peaceful neighborhood, based on mutual respect and sovereign equality, with all countries of South Asia region.This was stated by Foreign Office Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch during her media briefing on Year…

Pakistan continues to pursue a policy of peaceful neighborhood, based on mutual respect and sovereign equality, with all countries of South Asia region.

This was stated by Foreign Office Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch during her media briefing on Year-End Review in Islamabad on Thursday.

Talking about India, she said Pakistan consistently maintained that bilateral relations cannot fully normalize until the resolution of the outstanding disputes, especially the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir.

She, however, said that a Hindutva inspired nationalist government in India continues to act as a regional bully and create hurdles in development of normal bilateral relations. She said suppression of minorities and the people of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is a matter of great concern for Pakistan. She said Pakistan will continue to make all possible efforts for the settlement of Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions.

Replying to a question, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said Islamabad wants India to end its suppression in IIOJK and desist from supporting terrorist activities inside Pakistan.

She said Pakistan is interested in peace and dialogue and it is upto the Indian authorities to take a responsible position to improve relations.

Answering a question about Afghanistan, the Spokesperson said Islamabad is engaged with the Afghan authorities on all issues, including border management, security of diplomats and missions in Afghanistan and terrorism. She said Afghanistan has given certain assurances and we hope the promises made will be honored. She said Pakistan has consistently expressed its desire to see a peaceful, prosperous, stable and connected Afghanistan. We wish that Afghanistan emerges as a trade and energy-connectivity conduit to our region.

Highlighting Pakistan’s relations with other South Asian countries Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, she said we are keen to strengthen the existing multifaceted cooperation with these countries. In this context, Pakistan Foreign Minister held important meetings with his counterparts of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives on the sidelines of important multilateral events and conferences.

About Pakistan-US relations, the Spokesperson said a positive momentum in the bilateral ties can be witnessed, especially with the visits of Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. She said a Senate-confirmed Ambassador was appointed by the United States to Pakistan after four years. She added that the United States agreed to our long-standing request for provision of military hardware. She expressed the confidence that de-hyphenation of relations would further contribute to strengthening of our bilateral relations.

To a question about Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s visits abroad, the Spokesperson said these tours are a demonstration of international community’s interest to engage with Pakistan and to develop understanding on a range of issues. She said Pakistan is also very interested in expanding and strengthening its friendship around the world. She said with the enhanced interactions, visits and exchanges, we can strengthen our friendship, cooperation and dialogue with the international community.

Replying to another question, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said Belgium, China, Denmark, the European Union, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Iran, Jordan, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Tajikistan, Türkiye, Turkmenistan, UAE, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Uzbekistan, as well as some multilateral financial institutions and the United Nations came forward and extended humanitarian assistance to the flood-affected people of Pakistan.

Regarding Pakistan-Europe relations, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said we continue to cooperate and engage with our partners in the continent on bilateral, regional and global issues of mutual interest. She said our focus is to develop deeper economic collaboration, cooperate to confront climate change and find opportunities in higher education and employment. She said we are also engaged in discussions with the European Union on extension of GSP Plus Programme and on green partnerships for climate change.

Commenting on Pakistan’s relations with African nations, the Spokesperson said ties Africa are seeing a positive trend in terms of bilateral trade and political, parliamentary, military and security cooperation. She said Pakistan opened new Missions in lvory Coast, Djibouti, Uganda and Ghana while Ethiopia opened its resident Embassy in Islamabad. She said our bilateral trade and business-to-business relations with Africa over the last six months have also registered record increases. Similarly, the remittances from Africa have reached a high of over 400 million dollars. She said PIA and Ethiopian Airline agreed for code-sharing which would directly connect Karachi with Addis Ababa.

Talking about Pakistan’s achievements on the diplomatic fronts, the Spokesperson said Pakistan managed to come out of the FATF grey list in October this year. She said establishment of Fund for Loss and Damage at COP27 for developing countries is another significant achievement of Pakistan.

The Spokesperson further added that Pakistan follows a policy of enhanced engagements with its close partners and friends. She reinforced Pakistan’s traditional partnerships with China, Türkiye, Saudi Arabia and the Islamic world. She said these relationships are based on mutual trust and friendship and characterized by a tradition of robust dialogue and exchange of bilateral visits.

Commenting on Pakistan’s relations with the Central Asian Republics, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said Islamabad has developed close understandings with these countries to enhance regional connectivity and cooperation in energy, transport and infrastructure.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Shehbaz, Sherry discuss matters related to Ministry of Climate Change

Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman called on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad on Thursday.She briefed the Prime Minister about the preparations for International conference on Climate Resilient Pakistan to be held in Geneva next month….

Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman called on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad on Thursday.

She briefed the Prime Minister about the preparations for International conference on Climate Resilient Pakistan to be held in Geneva next month.

She also discussed matters related to the Ministry of Climate Change.

Source: Radio Pakistan

98% flood victims provided amount worth Rs25,000 per family under BISP: Kundi

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Poverty Alleviation and Social Protection Faisal Kareem Kundi has said 98 percent flood affectees have been provided the amount of 25,000 rupees per family under the Benazir Income Support Program.Talking to newsm…

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Poverty Alleviation and Social Protection Faisal Kareem Kundi has said 98 percent flood affectees have been provided the amount of 25,000 rupees per family under the Benazir Income Support Program.

Talking to newsmen in Lahore on Thursday, he said flood victims are still in dire need of relief.

He further said Benazir Income Support Program aims to support the underprivileged segment of the society.

Faisal Kareem Kundi said flood affected people are still looking for the relief funds of 15 billion rupees promised by former PM Imran Khan.

Source: Radio Pakistan

NA Speaker insists on hand-written PTI resignations

Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf says resignations of PTI members of National Assembly cannot be accepted unless these are submitted individually and hand-written by the member himself.He was talking to newsmen after a meeting with PTI dele…

Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf says resignations of PTI members of National Assembly cannot be accepted unless these are submitted individually and hand-written by the member himself.

He was talking to newsmen after a meeting with PTI delegation led by former Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser at Parliament House, Islamabad on Thursday.

Raja Pervez Ashraf said under the Assembly rules it is incumbent upon the individual MNA to satisfy the Speaker that the resignation is hand-written and he has submitted it with his own consent and not due to any coercion.

He said being custodian of the House, accepting resignation is very critical as every member represents mandate of hundreds of thousands of people.

The Speaker said he has urged the PTI Members of Assembly to come in the House for raising their concerns effectively.

He said doors of consultation and communication should never be closed in politics and politicians should sort out issues through mutual collaboration and coordination.

Raja Pervez Ashraf said unity and reconciliation is need of the hour and individual egos and interests can in no way be above the state.

The PTI delegation that met the Speaker included Qasim Khan Suri, Malik Amir Dogar, Amjad Khan Niazi, Faheem Khan, Dr. Shabbir Hasan Lal Milli, Attaullah and Tahir Iqbal.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Pakistan fully prepared to meet possible outbreak of any variant of pandemic: Patel

Minister for National Health Services and Regulations Abdul Qadir Patel has said Pakistan is fully protected from Covid and is fully prepared to meet possible outbreak of any variant of the pandemic.Talking to media in Islamabad on Thursday, he said st…

Minister for National Health Services and Regulations Abdul Qadir Patel has said Pakistan is fully protected from Covid and is fully prepared to meet possible outbreak of any variant of the pandemic.

Talking to media in Islamabad on Thursday, he said strict surveillance has been activated on the borders to check and prevent entry of Covid-affected people in the country. He appealed the people to not fall prey to the negative propaganda in this regard.

The Minister said Pakistan is one of the few countries of the world, which have vaccinated around 95 percent of their population. He said around eight million children have also been vaccinated in Pakistan.

Source: Radio Pakistan