Pakistan was re-elected to the Executive Council of the Organization of Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for the two-year term 2024-26.
According to the media reports, the 28th session of the Conference of States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention has concluded with Pakistan in the Chair today (Saturday, December 2).
The Conference of Parties also re-elected Pakistan to the Executive Council of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for the two-year term 2024-26. The session was presided over by Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the OPCW, Suljuk Mustansar Tarar. For the first time, Pakistan has assumed leadership of the Conference and any other CWC-related entity.
Ambassador Tarar will also preside over the interim sessions and preparatory meetings for the next State Party Conference. Pakistan is appreciative to all Chemical Weapons Convention states for their support and faith in Pakistan and its strong credentials in global arms control and disarmament.
Pakistan will continue to serve as a bridge builder in the global arena, demonstrating its commitment to the Chemical Weapons Convention.