NEW YORK: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Maleeha Lodhi, was named as one of the world’s “five successful ladies representatives” by a famous Russian news site, as per a report by Russia’s legitimate news organization.
The report, refering to the site — Gazeta.ru — was conveyed by RIA Novosti, a state-claimed residential Russian-dialect news office.
“Gazeta.ru”, which has a million visitors every day, respects ladies who have followed in the strides of the dead Soviet Union’s “exceedingly acclaimed” representative, Alexandra Kollontai, and prevailing in the calling. Kollontai, a Russian Communist Revolutionary, filled in as diplomat to Norway, one of the main ladies from that country to hold such a post.
Portraying Ambassador Lodhi as “a standout amongst the most well known female figures in the Muslim world,” Gazeta.ru noticed that she twice filled in as Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States. Another imperative conciliatory task she held was as the High Commissioner to Britain, after a renowned vocation in news-casting, particularly as proofreader of The News International, one of biggest Pakistani English-dialect daily papers.
“Gazeta.ru” additionally noticed that Dr Lodhi was the primary Pakistani lady to fill in as Permanent Representative and boss delegate to the United Nations.
In 1994, she was chosen by Time magazine as one of a hundred people on the planet “the just a single from Pakistan” who might shape the 21st century.
Envoy Lodhi served on UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Affairs (2001-2005) and is an individual from the Advisory Council of the London-based Institute of Strategic Studies.