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December 14th, 3:17 pm
Mahfil-e-Milad at the Ambassador’s Residence – Pakistan House
A Mahfil-e-Milad was held at the Ambassador’s Residence – Pakistan House, today. Around one hundred members of the Pakistani community in Denmark attended the event. Programme included recitation of the Holy Quran, Naat-e-Rasool (SAW) and darood. Wife of Ambassador Syed Zulfiqar Gardezi welcomed the Pakistani community members which were present on this auspicious occasion in large numbers. At the conclusion, the guests were hosted to a buffet dinner.
Participants appreciated the initiative which also provided an opportunity to the Pakistani community members to interact with each other.
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December 12th, 2:03 pm
Ambassador Syed Zulfiqar Gardezi today met with Mr. Mogens Lykketoft, a senior politian and Member of Danish Parliament. Mr. Mogens belongs to the Social Democratic Party and in his distinguished career he has served as Foreign Minister of Denmark, Speaker of the Parliament and President of the United Nations General Assembly. The meeting was part of Ambassador Gardezi’s interaction with cross-section of Danish political circles.
In the meeting, Ambassador Gardezi apprised Mr. Lykketoft of the various strands of cordial relations between Pakistan and Denmark especially the growing trade and economic ties between the two countries. Briefing on the domestic situation in Pakistan, the Ambassador highlighted the greatly improved security situation due to robust measures which had also opened up space for greater business activity within the country. The situation in South Asia and Middle East also came under discussion.
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Embassy of Pakistan Denmark added 3 new photos.
December 7th, 6:23 pm
At a Seminar organized by Asia House in Copenhagen today, Ambassador Gardezi urged Danish business community to avail of the economic opportunities that have opened up following Pakistan's robust counter-terrorism campaign and economic reforms. In his closing remarks, Ambassador Gardezi expressed satisfaction at the growing trade and economic interaction between Pakistan and Denmark and assured full cooperation by the Embassy of Pakistan to Danish businesspersons desirous of economic engagement with Pakistani entities.
The Seminar titled “Doing Business in Pakistan: A Fresh View" was organized by Asia Hose to explore business prospects in Pakistan. During the Seminar, representatives of the Danish Foreign Affairs Ministry, Danish companies FL Smidth and Foss shared with the participants their positive impressions of doing business in Pakistan. The participants included a number of Danish companies including some of the country's best known enterprises. Trade between the two countries has been steadily increasing which underlines good prospects for capitalizing on the opportunities available.
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CONSULAR NOTICE BOARD
Consular timings Monday-Friday are 0900-1200hrs
Phone Calls are answered Monday-Friday 1230-1430hrs
It has come to the notice of the Embassy of Pakistan Copenhagen that some recently established self-styled “NADRA Advice Bureaus” are charging money from the applicants for helping them submit their Online NADRA Applications.
The Embassy clarifies that these “NADRA Advice Bureaus” operating at some places in Denmark are unauthorized entities, not sanctioned by the Embassy.
It may be noted that the Online Application Service for NICOP/PoC was started to facilitate the applicants to submit their NICOP/PoC applications from any place of convenience.
Since such Bureaus have no official authorization to operate, the Embassy will not be responsible for loss of money or theft of information of the applicants. Some of the applicants are already facing difficulties in NICOP processing due to fudging in their applications by the above mentioned Bureaus.
The purported “NADRA Advice Bureaus” are also warned that any use of the logo of the Government of Pakistan would be illegal and liable to prosecution.
The Pakistani community members, in their own interest, are advised to beware of the situation.