Islamabad, Comprehensive data about the United Nations and its work is currently accessible to Urdu perusers in Pakistan. The Urdu interpretation of the 'Fundamental Facts About the United Nations' was formally propelled here on Monday at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, on the event of the UN Day. The occasion was gone to by Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Resident Coordinator of the UN Neil Buhne, Ambassador of Switzerland to Pakistan Marc P George, Vice Chancellor of the Quaid-e-Azam University Dr Javed Ashraf and Director of the UN Information Center Vittorio Cammarota.
Distributed since 1947, 'Essential Facts About the United Nations' serves as a trusted manual for the United Nations and its arrangement of related organizations. The 2014 version gives a compact diagram of the association's work all through the world — including current peacekeeping and peacebuilding missions — alongside fundamental data on UN enrollment and structure. "UN has gained colossal ground in universal law, peace and improvement after the end of the Cold War," said Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, including that, "The Urdu interpretation of this handbook will expand mindfulness about the UN's work."
UN Resident Coordinator Neil Buhne said, "With 60 for every penny populace beneath 30 years old, Pakistan is assuming a main part in the UN from numerous points of view. It can just keep on doing so if more Pakistanis know about the UN and its command." "It is critical for the UN to connect with Urdu speakers in Pakistan," said Vittorio Cammarota, Director of the UN Information Center. "To meet the difficulties of the globalized world today, it is vital that subjects everywhere throughout the world are appropriately educated about the work of the United Nations," he included.