UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Antonio Guterres praised Pakistan's growing efforts for restoring peace and promoting interfaith harmony in the region.

The Secretary General expressed his growing optimism that Kartarpur Corridor would open up new avenues for peace, tolerance, love and brotherhood not only in the region but also the world over.

He stressed this point during his visit to Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, recently developed and opened up by Pakistan for the Sikh community as parts of its efforts to promote peace in the region.

The UN Secretary General termed the Kartarpur Corridor Project, a glaring example of Pakistan's efforts for peace and interfaith harmony in the world in general and in the region in particular.

Wearing an orange scarf, a tenet of Sikh religion, Antonio Guterres took a round of various sections of Darbar Sahib. He was also served with traditional food at lunch.

The UN chief appreciated the facilities being provided by the Pakistani government to Sikh Yatrees [pilgrims] at Darbar Sahib Kartarpur.

Earlier, Antonio Guterres was welcomed by All Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and Evacuee Trust Property Board officials who also briefed him about the project and the and agreement reached between Pakistan and India to open the corridor.


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