Pakistan calls for improvement in UN peacekeeping system
Pakistan's envoy says it would enable field missions deployed in hot spots around world to deal with violent situations more efficiently.
Pakistan has called for refinement and improvement in UN peacekeeping command and control arrangements to deal with violent situations more effectively.
The call has been made by Pakistan's permanent representative to the UN Masood Khan, while participating in a discussion sponsored by the Ireland to review the successes of command and control arrangements of UN peacekeeping operations.
He said it would enable the field missions deployed in hot spots around the world to deal with violent situations more efficiently and effectively.
Pakistan's envoy underscored the need for evolving and adapting the concepts and doctrine of command and control to complex and multidimensional UN peacekeeping operations.
He called for avoiding too much political interference in military matters, saying that things could go awry because of the dual key decision making.