At a formal ceremony held at Buckingham Palace today, High Commissioner for Pakistan to the UK, Moazzam Ahmad Khan presented his credentials to His Majesty King Charles III.
The High Commissioner and his spouse Ambassador Leena Salim Moazzam were escorted in a state carriage by the Vice Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps from the Pakistan High Commission, London.
During the audience, the High Commissioner presented his Letters of Credence to The King, which accredited him as the High Commissioner for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The High Commissioner conveyed the greetings and best wishes of the President and the Prime Minister to the King. He said that the people of Pakistan held His Majesty in high esteem and cherished the fond memories of Royal visits to Pakistan. The High Commissioner expressed his resolve to continue working for further strengthening of the relations between the two countries.
His Majesty the King welcomed the High Commissioner and his spouse to Buckingham Palace. Extending good wishes to the leadership of Pakistan, His Majesty commiserated over loss of life following the recent floods and expressed solidarity with the people of Pakistan at this difficult time.
Moazzam Ahmad Khan has the honour of becoming the first High Commissioner to have presented his credentials to the King
Published on : October 20, 2022
Last Update : October 20, 2022