The Islamic State will take its seat at ECOSOC on January 1, 2024.
According to statements by Pakistani Ambassador Munir Akram, quoted by APP, the authorities hope to foster a new, more dynamic, and equitable structure of international economic cooperation.
The diplomat said his country would also help develop consensus on the measures for recovery from the current crises and revive prospects for achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
Ambassador Akram thanked his team at Pakistan Mission to the United Nations for their hard and devoted work and said he felt privileged to represent his country as an advocate of strengthening the development pillar of the UN.
Nepal and Japan were also elected to the membership of ECOSOC, APP reported.