Islamabad, 29 January 2022 (TDI): On Thursday, the Embassy of Spain in Pakistan inaugurated the exhibition called “Colors of Spain and Pakistan” in the federal capital  Islamabad. This ongoing event is a tribute to the seven decades of friendship between Pakistan and Spain.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan and the Embassy of Spain in Islamabad together made this event happen. Additionally, they agreed to enforce their partnership and collaboration.

The inauguration ceremony proceeded with a well-planned schedule. The Spanish Ambassador to Pakistan Manuel Duran was the chief guest at the exhibition. In addition, several other eminent guests were also there. Not to mention, the Parliamentary Secretary of National Heritage Ghazala Saifi participated in the event too.

Remarks were given by Hassan Talal Tiwana initially. Hassan Talal Tiwana is a photographer. His work has also been featured in National Geographic. Additionally in Pakistan Embassy Belgium as well.

Afterward, Spanish Ambassador Manuel Duran expressed his views and shared remarks. Then Additional Secretary Europe Doctor Muhammad Tariq took to the podium and addressed.

Finally, there was a photo exhibition and then refreshments for the guests. It is significant to mention that High commissioners of various countries also came to the ceremony.

The Exhibition Theme 

The event had photographs related to different domains. The Colors of Spain and Pakistan mainly showcased the landscapes, flora, and fauna of both countries.

It is pertinent to mention here that forty photographs have been displayed at the art gallery. This information is directly from the Embassy of Spain in Islamabad itself.

Furthermore, this will continue till 30 January 2022. The timings are 10 am till 7 pm. It is open to the general public.

Eminent personalities appreciate the initiative

In brief, the Netherlands Ambassador to Pakistan Wouter Plomp expressed his appreciation and admiration for the successful exhibition. He took to his official Twitter account to congratulate the two countries for deepening ties through cultural diplomacy.