NEW YORK (Staff Report) – United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has been informed that Pakistan has adopted robust and comprehensive anti­-narcotics measures.

Addressing special session of UNGA in New York, Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan called for better coordination among member states to accomplish the task.

He also called for treating the existing UN Drug Control Conventions as a repository of core guiding principles for developing international counter drug approach.

Nisar Ali Khan said Pakistan took pride in saving the world from over 1.86 billion narcotics doses in last three years, with last year’s seizure of amounting to over 342 tons of illicit drugs.