The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres visited Darbar Sahib Kartarpur Corridor on Tuesday where he was briefed about the steps taken by the government for facilities being provided to Sikh community.According to details, the Gurdwara’s administrators briefed the UN chief over the importance of this holy site for the Sikh community. They also told that the purpose behind constructing the corridor was to allow easy access of Sikhs to this place. The UN chief who is on a four-day visit to Pakistan was told that purpose of opening of Kartarpur Corridor was to provide an easy access to the Sikh community across border which was a practical proof of interfaith harmony, being ensured by Pakistan.Speaking to the media, the secretary-general said Kartarpur Corridor was a practical example of Pakistan’s desire for peace and inter-faith harmony. He said the opening of Corridor was a good step and it would promote tolerance and inter-faith harmony.The UN chief appreciated the facilities being provided to Sikh yatrees at the complex. He added that the role of technology is now more important than ever and that the youth must bring themselves at par with the latest trends. “Keeping in mind the challenges of the future, the curriculum has to change.”“We have to take decisions keeping in mind the environmental issues as it is the biggest challenge that we are facing,” he added.