ISLAMABAD     -   Speaker National Assembly National Assembly Raja Pervaiz Ashraf on Monday said that climate change had unfavourably impacted Pakistan while the country had less than one percent share in global carbon emissions. The NA Speaker expressed these views in a meeting with Deputy Leader of Opposition in the House of Commons and Deputy Leader of the UK Labour Party, Ms Angela Rayner and Lord Wajid Khan, member of House of Lords.d ways to  enhance parliamentary  and bilateral cooperation  and socio-economic losses  faced by recent devastating  floods in Pakistan.  Raja Pervaiz Ashraf  sought support of the UK  Parliament and the government  to back the National  Assembly’s call for  the creation of a global  climate fund for developing  countries, particularly  Pakistan.  While highlighting the  recent deadly floods in  the country, he also apprised  the UK parliamentarians  about the National  Assembly’s move to  present an emergency  resolution in the forthcoming  IPU Conference  in Rwanda from Oct 11-  15, 2022 to highlight the  plight of flood affectees  in Pakistan.  Deputy Leader of the  Labour Party said that the  UK had not forgotten the  people of Pakistan and  they would always extend  their support in any way  possible to help the flood  affectees in Pakistan. She  also agreed to strengthen  mutual ties and expand  cooperation in the fields  of common interests.