UNGA President hails Pakistan’s role in peacekeeping missions
ISLAMABAD: United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President Maria Fernanda Espinosa on Tuesday lauded the contributions of Pakistan in peacekeeping missions around the world, ARY News reported.
According to details, the UNGA president highlighted the significance of the role played by the South Asian, Pakistan, in facilitating the United Nations.
“Every issue can be resolved through negotiations,” she asserted and added, “the UN can not do any magic, it can only provide an environment of dialogue for conflict resolutions.”
A day earlier, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported that Miss Espinosa paid rich tribute to sacrifices rendered by Pakistani peacekeepers for global peace and security during her visit to Center for International peace and stability (CIPS).
The UN delegation paid tribute to 156 Pakistani peacekeepers who sacrificed their lives in the noble cause of humanity and restoring peace and stability in different regions.
The army’s media wing’s added that CIPS was established in 2013 to provide peacekeeping training to domestic and international peacekeepers and was inaugurated by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. “Pursuing a long history with UN Peacekeeping since 1960’s Pakistan has been wholeheartedly supporting UN in Peacekeeping in more than 44 missions.”