ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has become a permanent member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Youth Council.
This was announced by Special Assistant on Youth Affairs Usman Dar in a video message on Thursday.
The special assistant said this could be possible due to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s initiatives for the youth, including establishment of Youth Council and Kamyab Jawan and Hunarmand Pakistan programmes for welfare of the youth.
He said Pakistani youth will now be able to represent their country at SCO Youth Council meetings and its exchange programmes. He said they will also take part in the skill development programs of the SCO Youth Council.