Pakistan deploys female engagement team in Congo
NEW YORK (92 News) – Pakistan has deployed a female engagement team in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Saturday.
Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr Maleeha Lodhi, in a tweet, said that the team comprises female officers with diverse experience.
She said that the team will enable the UN Mission to further forge trust-based and enduring relations with women and children in local communities.
UN officially declares Pakistan safest country
Earlier, the United Nations has discontinued non-family status of Islamabad duty station from June 14, declaring Pakistan officially the safest country.
After the decision, the UN officers and employees will be able to live with their families in Pakistan.
The UN International Civil Service Commission has informed Pakistan about the decision.
The decision has been made on the recommendations of Under-Secretary General United Nations Department for Safety and Security.
A few countries have the family status for the United Nations.
The UN International Civil Service Commission has informed Dr Maleeha Lodhi, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations.