High Commissioner of Pakistan in UK, Dr. Mohammad Faisal, who is also the Honorary President of Pakistan Society, hosted members of Pakistan Society at the Pakistan High Commission in London.
Sir William Blackburne, Chairman; senior office bearers and a large number of members of Pakistan Society were present.
While lauding the services of Pakistan Society for bringing Pakistanis together and closer to the British, the High Commissioner, Dr. Mohammad Faisal said that it was a unique and effective platform for promoting Pakistan’s culture, arts, music and cuisines. He said that Pakistan Society’s role in highlighting positive aspects of Pakistan in UK were commendable and there were further opportunities to tap in the future.
The High Commissioner emphasized strengthening people-to-people contacts, within the Pakistani diaspora residing in UK, in order to facilitate an environment of cordiality and bonding. It was necessary to project a positive image of Pakistan and Pakistan Society is the best forum for it, added the High Commissioner.
Chairman Pakistan Society, Sir William Blackburne thanked the High Commissioner and Pakistan High Commission for regularly hosting its members and maintaining a strong liaison between Pakistan and UK.
The Pakistan Society was founded in 1951 and remains based in London. It is a bilateral organisation with some five hundred members, most of whom are almost equally divided between those of British and Pakistani origin. The Society aims to increase public knowledge in Britain of the arts, history, geography, economic life and institutions of Pakistan.
Published on : January 26, 2024
Last Update : January 26, 2024