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Pakistani HC to Canada wishes for end of Afghan conflict


Ottawa, 16 August 2021 (TDI) : “We wish that the Afghan conflict comes to an end,” Acting Pakistan High Commissioner to Canada Shahbaz Malik said while speaking at a cultural festival held in Canada’s capital to commemorate Pakistan’s 75th year of independence. While local Pakistani singers performed on the occasion, a beautiful cake in white and green colors was also sliced. A huge number of Pakistanis and residents of Canada visited the fair, showing strong interest in the many stalls displaying Pakistani art, culture, heritage, antiquities, clothing, and traditional Pakistani food.

He also stated that Pakistan favors an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned solution to the Afghan problem, and that it will continue to engage with the international community to that goal and that Pakistan had gone a long way. Under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s guidance, the Naya Pakistan was blooming and blossoming, he added. Malik stated that Pakistan, like other nations, faced problems, but has demonstrated resilience in the face of these obstacles on numerous occasions. He asked Pakistanis celebrate their freedom to remember and pray for their Kashmiri brethren who are suffering from hardships and atrocities in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir. (IIOJK).

Mona Fortier, Canadian Member of Parliament and Associate Minister of Finance and Middle-Class Prosperity, Arya Canada, and Deputy Mayor of Ottawa Laura Dudas spoke on the occasion, congratulating Canadian Pakistanis on their country’s independence day and praising their role and contribution to Canada’s progress and development.

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