UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Activities Jean Pierre Lacroix met Pakistan’s Head of Armed force Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the military central command in Rawalpindi on Monday.
General Bajwa has guaranteed Pakistan will keep on playing a powerful part in UN peacekeeping missions.
“[The] COAS insisted that Pakistan will keep on playing its positive part being one of the most elevated troop-contributing countries for keeping up universal peace and security under the Unified Countries hail,” the Express Tribune revealed, citing the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), as saying in an announcement.
What’s more, the meeting UN official recognized Pakistan’s commitment in Joined Countries Peacekeeping Tasks.
“We esteem the penances of the Pakistani country. We are to a great degree appreciative to Pakistan for its warm welcome and furthermore to outstanding commitment to UN peacekeeping, Geo television revealed Lacroix, as saying to General Bajwa.
“This visit was likewise a chance to pay tribute to 156 Pakistani peacekeepers who lost their lives serving the UN, we express unique idea for them, for their memory and furthermore their families and we additionally might want to stretch out our thanks and appreciation to every one of the Pakistani peacekeepers presently serving in our missions and in addition their families. Every one of them are paying a cost for that and we are to a great degree appreciative,” he included.
Pakistani peacekeepers have taken an interest in 44 peacekeeping missions in 26 nations everywhere throughout the world. There are more than 6,000 Pakistani troops on various UN peacekeeping missions as of now.