On World No Tobacco Day, Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination organized the launching ceremony of the National Tobacco Control Strategy 2022-2030. The Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health emphasized the significance of this strategy, stating that it is a comprehensive and evidence-based roadmap that will serve as a guide in Government’s efforts to reduce tobacco use and protect population of Pakistan from its detrimental effects. The Director General Health highlighted the importance of addressing emerging challenges posed by new tobacco products, innovative marketing techniques, and the influence of the tobacco industry. The strategy emphasizes the need for continuous monitoring and evaluation to ensure the effectiveness of interventions and to adapt to the evolving landscape of tobacco control. He further added that National Tobacco Control Strategy is a comprehensive document encompassing whole aspects of Tobacco control, it’s implementation plan and advocacy with all stakeholders which is endorsed by all Provincial and regional health departments. The Special Secretary urged all stakeholders to actively participate in the implementation of the strategy, emphasizing that their dedication and commitment are crucial in achieving our shared goal of a tobacco-free nation. Working together, we can safeguard the health and well-being of our people, particularly the future generations. Representatives of the provincial/area departments of health shared their status of tobacco control initiatives in respective provinces and are committed in resolving issues of high tobacco prevalence as top priority of the provincial governments. Dr. Palitha Mahipala, WR WHO Pakistan expressed unwavering support for the Government of Pakistan in their tobacco control agenda, reaffirming their commitment to assisting in this important endeavor. Gan Quan, Director of Tobacco Control representing The Union, acknowledged the achievements made in Pakistan and pledged continued support to the government’s efforts in tobacco control. During the event, a recorded message from the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) was played, wherein a representative from the FCTC expressed appreciation to Pakistan for the development of the National Tobacco Control Strategy and stated that the document is expected to serve as a testament to the collaborative efforts and shared commitment in advancing tobacco control policies and practices in Pakistan. Dr. Kamran Rehman Khan, Additional Secretary, M/o NHSR&C concluded session with vote of thanks to all the provincial partners, stakeholders, The Union and WHO for providing unwavering support in tobacco control agenda. Overall, the launching ceremony marked an important milestone in journey towards a tobacco-free nation, and it highlighted the collective commitment and collaborative efforts of all stakeholders involved.