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We should struggle in opposition to corruption: FM Qureshi

We must fight against corruption: FM Qureshi
Overseas Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday underlined that inclusive and sustainable growth was not attainable except transparency and accountability had been ensured.

He was addressing the inauguration session of two-day Worldwide Seminar on the theme of “Combating Corruption – A Prerequisite for the total enjoyment of all Human Rights and Sustainable Growth.”

The Worldwide Seminar was collectively organized by the Authorities of Pakistan and the Impartial Everlasting Human Rights Fee (IPHRC) of the Group of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), in collaboration with the United Nations Workplace of the Excessive Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the United Nations Workplace on Medication and Crime (UNODC), and the United Nations Growth Programme (UNDP).

The Overseas Minister, in his key-note deal with, highlighted the efforts of the Authorities of Pakistan in combating corruption, particularly illicit monetary flows in addition to promotion and safety of all human rights.

He introduced an actionable manner ahead for the OIC group in curbing corruption and realizing the human rights agenda together with by creation of an inter-governmental committee, institution of an OIC protocol and mechanism for mutual authorized help, reviewing unequal funding treaties, and formation of a worldwide useful possession registry.

The UN Excessive Commissioner for Human Rights (by a recorded message), Assistant Secretary Common of OIC, and the IPHRC Chairperson additionally delivered remarks throughout the opening section.

Greater than 200 worldwide and nationwide stakeholders together with Authorities officers, OIC member and Observer States, IPHRC Commissioners, and representatives of the OIC Secretariat, United Nations, practitioners, academia, and civil society are collaborating within the Worldwide Seminar.

All through the day, interactive discussions shall be held amongst the worldwide and nationwide contributors, on the premise of which a “Declaration” can be adopted on the closing session on 7 January 2022.

The Worldwide Seminar displays Pakistan’s management position and dedication within the context of combating corruption and promotion of the human rights agenda, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s imaginative and prescient.