ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has decided to take up the issue of travel restrictions imposed by World Health Organisation (WHO) in the World Health Assembly later this month, ARY News reported Wednesday.
The meeting of the World Health Assembly is scheduled to begin on May 18 in Geneva. Pakistan will be represented by State Minister for Health Tahira Afzal Tarar and prime minister’s adviser Aisha Raza Farooq.
Sources told that Pakistan will present its viewpoint aggressively in the World Health Assembly meeting. Pakistan will oppose travel restrictions imposed by the WHO in the meeting.