The UK royal couple flew to Chitral to see a melting glacier and meet with locals.
Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate are traveling to Pakistan’s scenic northern mountains and glaciers, drawing attention to the challenges of climate change in the South Asian nation.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew to the city of Chitral on Wednesday morning.
According to Britain’s Press Association, Prince William made a speech at a cultural event in the capital of Islamabad the previous day, saying he will visit Chitral to see some of the impacts of climate change – including a melting glacier – as well as meet with local communities faced with the impact of a damaged environment.
Chitral welcomes the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Royal Couple will be visiting different historical and culturally-rich parts of #Chitral. The Royal visit will massively boost the International Tourism in this part of the country????
– PTI (@PTIofficial) October 16, 2019
Pakistan’s northern areas have witnessed flash floods in recent years, causing damages and casualties.
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The royal couple arrived in Pakistan on Monday and their visit ends on Friday.