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UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrives in Islamabad on 4 day Pakistan visit

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrives in Islamabad on 4 day Pakistan visit.

Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram and senior officers of the Foreign Office and the United Nations in Pakistan received him on arrival at Nur Khan Airbase.

During his four-day stay, the UN Secretary General will call on the President and the Prime Minister.

He will also hold meeting with Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

During these meetings, Pakistan’s perspective on all aspects of Jammu and Kashmir dispute will be shared with the UN Secretary General.

The Secretary General’s other engagements include interactions with parliamentarians, media and the youth. He will deliver special talks on themes of sustainable development, climate change and peacekeeping.

The Secretary General will pay a visit to Lahore. He will also travel to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib.

Earlier, on his way to Pakistan, the UN chief tweeted that Pakistan is one of the most consistent and reliable contributors to the United Nation’s peacekeeping efforts around the world.

Lauding Pakistan’s contribution to worldwide peacekeeping efforts, Antonio Guterres said he is visiting the country to express his gratitude to the people.

Antonio Guterres will pay a four-day visit to Pakistan from Sunday to hold talks with Pakistani Leadership.

According to Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui, during the visit, he will address an International Conference on 40 Years of Hosting Afghan Refugees in Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the two-day conference.

The Secretary-General’s other engagements include interactions with parliamentarians, media and the youth.

He will deliver special talks on themes of sustainable development, climate change and peacekeeping.

The Secretary-General will pay a visit to Lahore. He will also travel to the Gurdwara Kartarpur Saheb.

Pakistan joined the United Nations on September 30, 1947, just over a month after its independence.
Pakistan remains committed to a world in which upholding human dignity is the highest value and maintaining global peace a sacred duty.
The country envisages a world which is free of want, hunger and deprivation.
Besides, Pakistan believes in a world where justice and fair play govern the affairs of human beings.
Moreover, Pakistan believes in world where inequality, oppression and war are abhorred.

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