Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

International

Pakistan welcomes UN Chief’s statement seeking global role against Islamophobia

The most common trend in global terrorism is terrorist attacks based on racism, intolerance, Islamophobia or other forms of intolerance.

ISLAMABAD (TTI News) – Acting Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission at the United Nations (UN), Ambassador Aamir Khan welcomed the recent statement of UN Secretary General in which he sought an effective global role against Islamophobia.

He said this during the 2nd high-level conference of heads of counter-terrorism agencies of Member States in New York.

He said the most common trend in global terrorism is terrorist attacks based on racism, intolerance, Islamophobia or other forms of intolerance.

He said that the recent Islamophobic terrorist attacks across the world are yet another wake-up call for the international community.

Media person and communication expert for over 25 years. Worked with Dow Jones News, World Bank, CNBC Pakistan, Aaj TV, ARY TV, Abbtakk TV, Business Recorder, Pakistan Observer, Online News Network, TTI Magazine and other local and world Publications.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Facebook

International

Jaburi within Daesh had reportedly served as the equivalent to finance minister, supervising the group’s revenue-generating operations from illicit sales of oil, gas, antiquities,...

International

“It is on display in the #USAPavilion as an integral part of our theme, ‘Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of the Future’,” the US...

Latest Updates

ISLAMABAD: A new statue of founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah, believe to be the tallest, has been placed in Pakistan Military Academy (PMA)...

International

The cable system connects Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, India, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Greece, Italy and France.

Copyright © 2021 The Truth International