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Bridging The Gap
PAKISTAN AND THE UNITED STATES HAVE ENJOYED AN EXCEPTIONAL RELATIONSHIP FOR THE LAST SEVEN DECADES, SAID AMBASSADOR CHAUDHRY.
  Thursday 27 July, 2017
PAKISTAN AND THE UNITED STATES HAVE ENJOYED AN EXCEPTIONAL RELATIONSHIP FOR THE LAST SEVEN DECADES, SAID AMBASSADOR CHAUDHRY.

Washington: Pakistan and the United States have enjoyed an exceptional relationship for the last seven decades, said Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry while addressing a gathering over dinner in Chicago.

The dinner was organized by the Consul General of Pakistan in collaboration with Pakistani-American Community of Chicago to welcome Ambassador Chaudhry on his first visit to Midwest US after assuming office in Washington. Congressman Danny K. Davis, attended the event and greatly appreciated the role of Pakistani-American community in strengthening robust ties between the two countries. Representatives of Attorney General of Illinois, Mayor of Chicago, Chancellor East West University, Chairman Central Asian Productivity United of North Illinois University and a large number of Pakistani-American community attended the dinner.

Ambassador Chaudhry while addressing the audience appreciated the role of Pakistani-American community of Midwest in cementing Pak-US relations. He said that seven decades of our excellent relations do not only comprise of government to government relations but also robust people to people ties. He also appreciated the efforts of the Pakistani-American Community for welfare of their country origin.

Ambassador Chaudhry urged the Pakistani-American community to focus on assimilating with other communities living in United States and the country is emerging as a fast developing and modern republic in South Asia. Ambassador Chaudhry advised the young generation of Pakistani-Americans to actively participate in the local political scene.

Ambassador Chaudhry drew attention of Pakistani-American Businessmen of immense business potential in Pakistan and encouraged them to invest their expertise and capital in Pakistan.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Faisal Niaz Tirmizi, Consul General of Pakistan thanked the participants and especially urged Pakistani-American business community to attend the “Trade and Property Show” which is being organized in Chicago under the auspices of Pakistan Consulate and Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the first week of August 2017.

The event was concluded by presenting a Certificate of Appreciation by Ambassador Chaudhry to Mr. Michael Blair. Mr. Michael Blair is Director Sales at Community Tissue Services and played a pivotal role in dispatching donation of skin grafts for burn victims of fuel tanker blast in Pakistan last month.

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