Seven Pakistani peacekeepers, who were martyred for worldwide peace and security, were after death regarded with the United Nations award in New York on Thursday.
As indicated by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who was the main visitor on the event, paid rich tribute to the Pakistanis who relinquished their lives in the line of obligation.
Pakistan remains as one of the biggest troop contributing nation for UN peace keeping missions.
So far 156 Pakistani blue head protectors have grasped affliction while serving under the UN umbrella.
The seven Pakistani peacekeepers respected incorporate Qaiser Abbas, Yasir Abbas, Muhammad Ishtiaq Abbasi, Zishan Ahmed, Hazrat Bilal, Abdul Ghafoor, and Attaur Rehman.
On March 23 the UN praised the commitments made by Pakistan’s tranquility managers towards worldwide peace and help with helping the most powerless districts, as indicated by the media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces.
DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said thanks to the UN for recognizing Pakistan’s commitment for worldwide peace since 1960.
Pakistani peacekeepers initially joined the UN on September 30, 1947, however the principal coordinate help for UN peacekeeping activities started in 1960 when Pakistan Army conveyed its first-since forever unexpected in a United Nations task in Congo.