Pak Army extends greatest needs to UN on 76th anniversary


The Pakistan Army on Sunday prolonged its greatest needs to the United Nations on the organisation’s 76th anniversary.

In a tweet, Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) quoted the Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa as saying that, “[The] Pakistan Army has distinguished history of serving humanity for peace.”

Gen Bajwa maintained that sacrifices by military personnel bore testomony to “our unwavering resolve for global peace in line with our Founding Father’s vision”.

Decades after the creation of the United Nations, Pakistan continues to serve on the frontline of peacekeeping missions in essentially the most troubled areas of the world, serving to the worldwide physique preserve stability and peace.

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The third-largest contributor of troops, Pakistan’s efforts have been lauded by a number of key officers over the a long time. Two of Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’s predecessors, Ban Ki-moon, and the late Kofi Annan, each praised Pakistan Army’s function in sustaining peace within the war-torn areas around the globe.

Beginning with Congo in 1960, Pakistan has deployed peacekeepers in nearly each continent. In the 60 years that adopted, the nation has despatched greater than 200,000 troops for 46 missions in 28 totally different international locations, constantly making it one of many prime 5 contributors.

While Pakistan’s Blue Helmets have supplied an unwavering dedication to the worldwide peacekeeping efforts, the duty has come at a excessive value. Many of Pakistani peacekeepers have paid this value by sacrificing their lives to revive peace and stability to distressed areas internationally.

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