The UN Secretary-General will meet the Prime Minister and the Army Chief today
Islamabad: Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, will meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa today to inaugurate a photo exhibition of Pakistani troops' service to the UN missions.
According to details, the schedule of engagements of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has been released today, Antonio Guterres will meet with top political and military leadership including Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The Secretary-General will address the Global Afghan Refugees Conference today, which will be attended by delegates from more than 20 countries, including Afghanistan, Iran, and the UNHCR president Filippo Grandi will also participate in the conference. The aim of the conference is to highlight the 40 years of the hospitality of Pakistan.
A photo exhibition will be held today at the Center for International Peacekeeping, which will be inaugurated by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and will also feature comments on the guests' book while meeting peacekeepers serving on peace missions.
The photo exhibition organized tells the story of six decades of travel with the UN to Pakistan and depicts the services of Pakistani troops in peace missions; Services are included in peace missions.
At the start of the exhibition, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's peace thinking is reflected and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, 60-year-old icon, is shown at the UN office.
The exhibition is a sacrifice of 157 Pakistani personnel in the UN peacekeeping missions, while Antonio Guterres is also part of the Exhibition for Peace and the points of action for peace are peace, efficiency, public, partnership and politics.
The exhibition featured the services of 78 Pakistani women in peacekeeping missions and the first woman to be deployed to Pakistan.
The exhibition features prominent Pakistani officials in the picture and peace missions are decorated with beautiful historical photographs in every region.