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Ambassador of Japan extends wishes for Pakistani athletes for Paralympics

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Islamabad, 23 August 2021 (TDI):  After an impressive Tokyo Olympics finished on August 8th, the Tokyo Paralympics begins tomorrow! The overall theme for both the Olympics and Paralympics is “MOVING FORWARD” and the theme for the opening ceremony for the Paralympics is “WE HAVE WINGS”.
MATSUDA Kuninori, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan,  wishing success to the two Pakistani athletes Haider Ali and  Anila Baig, participating in the Tokyo Paralympics. He said in a statement,  “Congratulations to the athletes, coaches, supporting staff, and the families of Pakistan’s Paralympic Team for their resilience to compete in the Games especially during the time of challenging COVID-19 situation. I am sure that the Pakistani Paralympians will do their best for their country.”
While expressing his good wishes and solidarity on the occasion of the Tokyo Paralympics, the President of Pakistan’s Milestone Society for Special Persons, Muhammad Shafiq ur Rehman, also congratulated the Pakistani athletes for their dedication and hard work for the Tokyo Paralympic Games. He mentioned that “Due to the COVID- 19 situation, Pakistan team could not participate with a large contingent but still we are praying and hoping for the two Pakistani athletes to perform well and win medals for the country.
Mr. Shafiq, in his message on the occasion, also extended his gratitude to the Japanese people with disabilities who had donated wheelchairs to Milestone Society for Special Persons in 2002. That donation from our Japanese friends helped us to start sports activities for persons with disabilities here in Pakistan and also introduced wheelchair cricket as a new game in the world.
“Our heart is full of respect and love for our Japanese friends. We have a spiritual relationship that is getting strengthened every time the new sun rises. Long live Pakistan Japan brotherhood” said the President of Milestone Society for Special Persons.
” We have received very precious support from the Embassy of Japan and developed the first center with full accessibility of international standards in Lahore Pakistan. We are also very thankful to the Embassy of Japan to ensure the accessibility for the wheelchair users at their premises.”
“Our Japanese friends always supported us with great knowledge and resources” he further said.
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