Why Pakistani Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi was removed from her top post at UN?
ISLAMABAD - Dr Maliha Lodhi, the permanent Ambassador of Pakistan in the UN, says she has herself decided to leave the post after the General Assembly meeting.
As a result, Prime Minister Imran Khan made extensive changes at the top diplomatic level.
He has appointed Munir Akram as the permanent representative of Pakistan at the United Nations, replacing Dr Maliha Lodhi. In her statement issued on Twitter after the Prime Minister's decision, Maliha Lodhi said that it was a great honor for her to serve his country and She is grateful that She was given the opportunity to serve for four years.
"It is a great honor for me to represent Pakistan at one of the most important forums in the world." "I am grateful for the Prime Minister's visit and the support I received during my four years and she further expressed best wishes for Munir Akram."
Maliha Lodhi has been removed from the post and Ambassador Munir Akram had replaced her.