Pakistan Elected as Non-Permanent Member of the UNSC for 2025-2026

Pakistan has been elected as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the term 2025-2026. In the recent elections held by the UN General Assembly in New York, Pakistan received overwhelming support, reflecting the international community’s confidence in its commitment to global peace and security. It is a matter of prestige that the global community has entrusted in Pakistan and voted overwhelmingly.

Gratitude and Endorsement

Pakistan expresses its deep gratitude to all members of the UN General Assembly for their trust and support. Special thanks are extended to the Asia-Pacific Group for endorsing Pakistan’s candidature, which underscores the region’s recognition of Pakistan’s constructive role in international affairs. It is reflection of the success of Pakistan’s diplomacy and constructive global engagement.

Legacy of Contributions

This marks the eighth time Pakistan has been elected as a non-permanent member of the UNSC, highlighting its longstanding dedication to the UN’s mission. Pakistan brings to the council a wealth of experience and a solid track record of contributions to international peace and security. This commitment is evident in its strict adherence to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and its active participation in UN peacekeeping and peacebuilding operations worldwide. Pakistan respects the UN-charter and strongly stick to the principles stated in the UN Charter. Pakistan always advocated for the rule of law and raised the voice for the weak, small, and oppressed nations.

Major Contributions

Throughout its previous terms on the UNSC, Pakistan has made significant contributions:

  • Promoting Peaceful Resolutions: Pakistan has consistently advocated for the just and peaceful resolution of international disputes. It has played a mediating role in conflicts and worked towards de-escalation and dialogue.
  • Opposition to Unilateral Force: Pakistan stands firmly against the illegal use or threat of use of force, emphasizing the importance of multilateralism and collective security.
  • Combating Terrorism: With a strong stance against terrorism, Pakistan has supported international efforts to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
  • Supporting Peacekeeping Operations: Pakistan is one of the largest contributors to UN peacekeeping missions, providing troops and resources to support peace enforcement and peacebuilding in conflict zones.
  • Advocating for Human Rights: Pakistan has consistently supported initiatives to promote universal respect for human rights, aligning with the UN’s broader goals of fostering global prosperity and dignity.

Future Commitment

In its upcoming term, Pakistan pledges to continue its efforts in the UNSC to promote peace, security, and human rights. It will focus on:

  • Pursuing peaceful resolutions of ongoing disputes.
  • Opposing unilateral actions that threaten global stability.
  • Strengthening efforts to combat terrorism.
  • Enhancing the effectiveness of UN peacekeeping and peacebuilding operations.
  • Contributing to the resolution of regional and global crises through diplomacy and dialogue.
  • Collaboration with UN Members

Pakistan looks forward to working closely with other UNSC members and the broader UN membership. Together, they aim to uphold the UN Charter’s vision of preventing war and promoting peace, fostering global prosperity, and ensuring universal human rights.

It is believed, Pakistan’s rich experience will be useful to bring peace to the world and assist in resolving long outstanding disputes in the world.

Election Overview

Alongside Pakistan, Denmark, Greece, Panama, and Somalia were also elected as non-permanent members of the UNSC for the 2025-2026 term. These newly elected members will assume their responsibilities on January 1, 2025, replacing the outgoing members from Ecuador, Japan, Malta, Mozambique, and Switzerland.

The UNSC, composed of 15 members including five permanent ones (Britain, China, France, Russia, and the United States), is the most powerful body of the UN. Its role in maintaining international peace and security involves making legally binding decisions, imposing sanctions, and authorizing the use of force when necessary.

Pakistan’s election to the UNSC is a testament to its enduring commitment to international peace and security. With a rich legacy of contributions and a steadfast dedication to the principles of the UN, Pakistan is poised to play a vital role in addressing the challenges facing the global community during its term on the Security Council. Pakistan is a peace-loving nation and wanted to promote peace everywhere. All peace-loving nations, and individuals are appealed to join and support Pakistan peace initiatives.

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      You are welcome. Congratulations to entire nation.

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