The interim Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar went to Dubai for a conference about climate change. He talked about the Paris Agreement and the need for developed countries to give more money to help developing countries deal with the effects of climate change. He also mentioned the Global Stocktake (GST), which is a way to monitor the progress of the Paris Agreement. He said that developing countries like Pakistan need a lot of money to deal with the impact of climate change, and that the current amount of money being given is not enough. He also talked about the need for better technology and financial support for developing countries. The conference, called COP28, has a focus on reviewing the progress of countries in curbing global warming. There are many leaders at the conference, and it is the largest climate conference ever. Prime Minister Kakar also mentioned the need to operationalize the loss and damage fund which was agreed upon by nearly 200 countries at the start of the conference.
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