Islamabad: President of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Volkan Bozkiris will reach Pakistan on a three-day official visit today, where he would receive a civil award at the President House.

U.N. General Assembly President Vulkan Botskilis will visit Pakistan today on a three-day visit

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Islamabad: President of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Volkan Bozkiris will reach Pakistan on a three-day official visit today, where he would receive a civil award at the President House.

When introducing the visit in detail, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that at the invitation of Foreign Minister Mahdum Shah Mahmoud Qureshi, the President of the UN General Assembly will visit Pakistan from May 26 to 28, 2021.

During his stay in Islamabad, Bozkir will have detailed talks with the foreign minister and call on the leadership. The interactions will cover a wide range of political and socio-economic issues on the UN agenda. Mr. Bozkir will also deliver a talk on the “Importance of Multilateralism.”

Volkan Bozkir is the first Turkish national to preside over the UN General Assembly. He is a former diplomat and a senior politician. Following his 39-year long illustrious diplomatic career in the Turkish Foreign Service, Bozkir was elected thrice as a member of the Turkish Parliament and has served as the Chairman of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee and Minister for E.U. Affairs.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that he also visited Pakistan in August 2020 and then assumed an important post as the chairman of the UN General Assembly.

The FO spokesperson said that the visit of the President of the United Nations General Assembly will provide an opportunity to showcase Pakistan’s positive contribution to multilateralism and the central role of the United Nations in international affairs.

“Pakistan remains committed to supporting the United Nations General Assembly for the realization of shared objectives of maintaining international peace and security; economic and social development; promotion and protection of human rights; peaceful settlement of international disputes; and developing friendly relations among nations based on the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, as enshrined in the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, ” the spokesman said.

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