IPC to inaugurate new headquarters in Islamabad

Ceremony to be attended by President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union Duarte Pacheco

News Desk July 27, 2023

The International Parliamentarians’ Congress (IPC) is set to achieve a momentous milestone with the inauguration of its new headquarters in Islamabad.

Representing a powerful response to the evolving global landscape, the IPC has emerged as a beacon of international cooperation and collective responsibility in addressing pressing global issues.

Established on August 29, 2019, the IPC was envisioned as a platform to tackle challenges transcending national boundaries, including economic stability, security, and environmental sustainability. By leveraging the collective wisdom and influence of parliamentarians from around the world, the IPC has enabled a more inclusive and broader approach to resolving shared global concerns.

Read more: IPC: Pakistan Senate's peace and cooperation pivot

With a membership of 194 parliamentarians hailing from 50 countries, the IPC prides itself on its diverse representation, fostering richness of ideas and perspectives.

Its impact on international dialogue and cooperation has been acknowledged by esteemed publications like "The Parliamentarian," the Journal of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association CPA, which praised the IPC's role in bridging nations and fostering meaningful global discourse.

The groundbreaking ceremony for its new headquarters on July 31, 2023, will be attended by the President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Duarte Pacheco, signifying the IPC's growing global recognition and importance.


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