Defense Day of Pakistan Observed in Paris France

Ambassador Speaking

Ambassador Speaking

September 20, 2016. The 51st Defense Day of Pakistan was observed with traditional zeal at the Embassy of Pakistan in Paris, France today to pay tribute to the people and Armed Forces of Pakistan and all those who laid down their lives while defending the country.
The Ambassador of Pakistan Mr. Moin ul Haque during his address highlighted the significance of the day and paid rich tributes to the people and Armed Forces of Pakistan for their countless sacrifices in safeguarding the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country.

Cake Cutting

Cake Cutting

The Ambassador added that Operation Zarb-e-Azb launched against the terrorists, in one of the most difficult terrains of the world, has successfully dismantled terrorists’ infrastructure and network. He further added that because of the valour of the Armed Forces and sacrifices of the people of Pakistan the terrorist incidents in the country have been significantly reduced as most of the high value targets have been eliminated, while the remaining are on the run.

The Ambassador also mentioned the valuable contributions of Pakistan Armed Forces in the maintenance of world peace as a major troop contributing country for the UN Peace Keeping missions.
Senator Pascal Allizad, President Pak-France Friendship Group in French Senate was the Chief Guest who cut the cake on the occasion along with the ambassador Moin Ul Haque and Defense Attache Fauad Hatmi. A ceremonial floral wreath was laid by the Chief Guest to commemorate the martyrs of 1965 War. The reception was attended by a large number of officials from French government, parliamentarians, diplomats, defense Attaches of friendly countries, representative of media and think tanks and members of the Pakistani community.

A photo exhibition highlighting the event related to the defense day of Pakistan was also held. The participants showed keen interest in the exhibits.

Foral Wreath Being laid

Foral Wreath Being laid

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