Pakistan was re-elected Wednesday to the Executive Board of Unesco, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation, for a four-year term (from 2023 to 2027), in honour of its longtime support and constructive involvement at the United Nations.
The Paris-based Permanent Delegation of Pakistan to Unesco released a statement claiming their country had the most votes. The faith and backing of the member states is greatly appreciated. According to a statement released in Paris, “Pakistan will continue to work together with all member states in advancing our shared objectives.”
Pakistan recognises Unesco’s (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation) perennial importance as a platform for advancing world peace and prosperity via the dissemination of knowledge.
During its new tenure on the Executive Board, Pakistan will continue to work with all member states to strengthen Unesco’s mandate, advance our shared goals and contribute to the policymaking, development of norms, advancement of global priorities, and effective oversight of programmes and activities of the Organisation.