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Pakistan Underscores the need to respond to main COVID-19 Challenges


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

22nd Sep, 2020. 09:30 am
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Pakistan Ambassador

Pakistan, in the United Nations, has underscored the need to respond to the main challenges from the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the details, Ambassador to United Nations Munir Akram who is also the President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council has called for a collective response to the world’s challenges for strengthening the world body.

While addressing the meeting to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Nations, he underscored the need to respond to three main challenges including:

  • Recovering from the coronavirus pandemic,
  • Reviving the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals, and
  • Avoiding the looming threat of a climate catastrophe.

Pointing out that prosperity and peace are interdependent, he said it is unfortunate that even as the world confronts the common challenges, the potential for collective action and international cooperation are being eroded by the revival of great power rivalry, old and new conflicts across the world.

Munir Akram On Kashmir

In a separate statement Pakistani envoy Munir Akram earlier said that the RSS, BJP government has intensified atrocities in occupied Kashmir and efforts have been made to change the status of Urdu language also IIOK.

He said Pakistan is well prepared and the world is listening and watching what is going on in India and the occupied valley.

The ambassador said that no pressure tactic by the Indian side will be helpful as the world knows and understands the truth about Kashmir.

He said India would be under pressure due to inhuman state terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.

Munir Akram said India used terrorizing tactics to subjugate the Muslim population which may result in dire consequences.

The debate of the 75th session

Let it be known that the general debate of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) will commence on Tuesday at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

The general debate of the seventy-fifth session will begin today and continue till Saturday, while the discussion will also be held on the 29th of this month.

PM Address in UN

Prime Minister Imran Khan will virtually address the session on Friday.

The general debate will likely to focus on the resolve collective commitment to multilateralism in confronting COVID-19 through effective multilateral action.

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