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International Organizations MCQs Section 6

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  • When did Pakistan join SEATO?

A. 1952
B. 1953
C. 1954
D. 1956

Asst DMD BOR-21

The United States, France, Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Pakistan formed the SEATO.
SEATO was founded to prevent communism from gaining ground in the region.

  • Pakistan withdrew from SEATO in:

A. 1977
B. 1973
C. 1979
D. 1981


  • Headquarters of the African Union (AU) is located in:*

A. Johannesburg
B. Cairo
C. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
D. Dakar

PMS (P) GK-15

  • Which prominent African country has rejoined (in 2017) the African Union (AU) after a period of almost 33 years?

A. Algeria
B. Congo
C. Morocco
D. Senegal

Crop Reporter-18/AD Labour Welfare-19

  • The headquarters of SAARC is located at:*

A. Karachi, Pakistan
B. Colombo, Sri Lanka
C. Dhaka, Bangladesh
D. Kathmandu, Nepal

Naib Tehsildar-09/Tax Inspector-08+16/Labour Officer-16/Patrol Officer-18/Crop Reporter-18/Asst PAD-18/AD Labour Welfare-19/Junior Clerk PBOR-19

SAARC stands for South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, is geopolitical unions of 8 nations in South Asia.

Founded: 8 December 1985, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Headquarters: Kathmandu, Nepal
Official Languages: English
Secretary-General: (13th) Amjad B. Hussian (3-year tenure)
Members: (1) Pakistan (2) India (3) Afghanistan (4) Bangladesh (5) Sri Lanka (6) Bhutan (7) Nepal (8) Maldives.
Last Joined by: Afghanistan

  • There are _____ members of SAARC.

A. 5
B. 4
C. 8
D. 6

Tax Inspector-14/Asst Pop Welfare-18/PMS (P) GK-20

  • Which of the following countries is NOT the member of SAARC?

A. Maldives
B. Bhutan
C. Myanmar
D. Sri Lanka

Asst Punjab Planning Dept-19/Punjab Treasury Deputy Acct-19 (M)

  • The highest GDP per capita among SAARC countries is of:

A. India
B. Sri Lanka
C. Pakistan
D. Maldives

Junior Clerk PRD-17

  • The highest literacy rate among the South Asian countries is in:

A. Pakistan
B. India
C. Maldives
D. Nepal

AD Local Govt-18/SI PCD-18

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