UN Has Approved Pakistan’s Resolution on Right To Self-Determination

UN Approves Pakistan's Resolution on Right To Self-Determination

On Thursday, a key committee of the UN General Assembly firmly approved Pakistan’s resolution on the right of self-determination of people subjected to occupation.

Cosponsored by 72 states, the resolution emphasizes the right to self-determination of persons under colonial, foreign, or alien domination.

It was filed in the UN to call attention to the people who are still fighting for their inalienable right to self-determination, such as those in Kashmir and Palestine.

When presenting the proposal, Pakistan’s representative to the UN, Munir Akram, stated that the right to self-determination is still frequently denied to the public, causing them to strive for its realization.

It is pertinent to note that the Third Committee of the 193-member Assembly, which addresses social, humanitarian, and cultural matters, adopted this resolution without a vote.

The resolution is expected to be presented to the United Nations General Assembly for endorsement next month.

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