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August 14th, 6:44 pm
Pakistan Embassy, Copenhagen Celebrates Independence Day - Observes Kashmir Solidarity Day
The Independence Day of Pakistan was celebrated with zeal and fervour at the Pakistan Embassy today. Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain joined Ambassador Syed Zulfiqar Gardezi, members of the Pakistani community and the Embassy staff at the flag-hoisting ceremony.
It was also an occasion to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day. A photographic exhibition depicting the atrocities being perpetrated against the people of Occupied Kashmir was organized on the sidelines.
The event programme included recitation from the Holy Quran and prayers for progress and prosperity of Pakistan. Ambassador Gardezi read out the Independence Day messages of the President of Pakistan while Counsellor Ismat Hassan read out the message of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Popular Pakistani singer Sanwal Esa Khelvi and participants from the Pakistani community in Denmark sang popular ‘Milli’ songs and recited poetry.
In his remarks on the occasion, Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhry Fawad Hussain appreciated the role of Pakistani diaspora in the progress of Pakistan. The Minister highlighted that Pakistan sought peace in the South Asia region; however, it was also opposed to injustice being meted out against the Kashmiri people by India and would robustly resist any nefarious designs against Pakistan.
In his speech, Ambassador Gardezi highlighted the significance of the day for Pakistanis living around the world. He noted the progress in Pakistan-Denmark relations over the last one year; bilateral economic ties had strengthened and Pakistan’s exports to Denmark had increased by a healthy margin. A number of investment projects by Danish companies were also in the pipeline. During the last one year, the Embassy had also arranged various cultural events.
The Ambassador highlighted the steps by the Government of Pakistan especially the Embassy of Pakistan, Copenhagen to forcefully plead the case for Kashmiri in political, official and other circles. He urged the Pakistani community to collectively as well as individually highlight the oppression against the resilient and valiant people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistani community from Copenhagen and other regions of Denmark attended the event in large numbers. On the occasion, Pakistani cuisine was served to guests.
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IT WAS A FANTASTIC.WELL MANAGED EVENT, REQUEST TO ALL THE PARTICIPATENT----BOYCOTT THE INDIAN GOODS, ITS A VERY LETHAL WEAPON ECONOMOCIALLY...TO SUPPORT THE KASHMIR CAUSE
Thank you so much for recognizing me...
Happy Independence day
August 14th, 6:36 pm
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.
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