Islamabad: The Green Pakistan Initiative, according to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, has enormous potential. It is expected to draw between $30 billion and $50 billion in investments over the next four to five years. On July 11, this information was made public.
During his speech at a symposium on agriculture and food security in Islamabad. PM Shehbaz voiced his optimism for a two-year turnaround in Pakistan’s agricultural economy. He emphasised the importance of the government and key institutions working together to launch a second, transformative revolution in the nation’s agriculture industry.
The Prime Minister emphasised that the Green Pakistan Initiative, which seeks to increase agricultural output and incorporate cutting-edge technology, is receiving strong interest from Gulf nations. Additionally, this initiative is estimated to create four million new work possibilities.
The Green Pakistan Initiative is focused on promoting cutting-edge technologies. It will encourage cooperation between the public and commercial sectors, and ensure local farmers receive the advantages, ultimately lowering poverty. Both specialists and farmers have given this thorough method favourable reviews.