PESHAWAR: United Nation (UN) Corner established at the University of Peshawar (UoP) on Monday, which will serve as a reference point for publications from the UN system and its partners in Pakistan. The Vice Chancellor (VC) of the university Dr Muhammad Rasul Jan inaugurated the corner at the Central Library of the University of Peshawar. He was accompanied by Head of Cooperation Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation Dr Stefanie Burni, Registrar Dr Syed Fazli Hadi and Coordinator Cell for FATA Studies Dr Hussain Sheheed Soherwerdi. Speaking on the occasion Dr Rasul Jan said that the great work being done by UN in Pakistan and underlined the role of Pakistan in peace building in the global arena needs to be strengthened. Earlier the five member Swiss and UN delegation was given a presentation about the activities of the Cell for FATA Studies at UoP. The Coordinator of the study Dr Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi in his address said that a Study regarding the transition for FATA into a status-quo, merger with KP or an independent unit/ province was underway. He said that it has been revealed that larger portion of the population was in favor of merger of FATA with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) due to the reason that they belong from same ethnic group and after becoming the second biggest unit of the country will have a larger pie of the resources in terms of royalty.