Munir Akram replaces Maleha Lodhi as Pakistan's Permanent Representative to UN

09:06 PM | 30 Sep, 2019
Munir Akram replaces Maleha Lodhi as Pakistan's Permanent Representative to UN
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WASHINGTON - Pakistan appointed Ambassador Munir Akram as Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations in New York, in place of Dr Maleeha Lodhi on Monday.

Munir Akram had already served as Pakistan Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 2002-2008 after serving on a similar position to the UN in Geneva from 1995 to 2002.

According to a Foreign Office statement, Muhammad Aejaz, Additional Secretary (AIT) at Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has been appointed as Ambassador of Pakistan to Hungary.

Syed Sajjad Haider, presently serving as Charge d’ Affaires (ap) of Pakistan to Pyongyang has been posted as Ambassador of Pakistan to Kuwait.

Khalil Ahmad Hashmi, presently serving as Director General (UN) at the MoFA has been appointed as Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN in Geneva.

Imran Ahmad Siddiqui, presently serving as Consul General of Pakistan in Toronto has been posted as High Commissioner of Pakistan for Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Ahsan K K Wagan, presently serving as Charge d’ Affaires (ap) in Niamey, Niger has been appointed as Ambassador of Pakistan to Muscat, Oman.

Major General (r) Muhammad Saad Khattak has been appointed as the High Commissioner of Pakistan to Sri Lanka.

Abdul Hamid has been appointed as Pakistan’s Consul General in Toronto while

Abrar Hussain Hashmi has been appointed as Pakistan’s Consul General in Houston, an MoFA statement said.

The replacement of Lodhi comes a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan winded up his United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) tour wherein he raised the issue of Kashmir.