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Guidelines for International Passengers Traveling to Pakistan
25/11/2020

Guidelines for International Passengers Traveling to Pakistan

Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a dedicated webpage for Science Diplomacy (http://mofa.gov.pk/science-for-susta...
23/11/2020
Science Diplomacy – Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a dedicated webpage for Science Diplomacy (http://mofa.gov.pk/science-for-sustainable-development/) with an aim to enhance its outreach in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) partnerships, identify and strengthen international collaboration in Science and Technology, leverage R&D to attain Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), map overseas Pakistani researchers and innovators pool, and promote Pakistani Science and Technology products and services.

To map knowledge-recourse and identify Cluster of Excellence in particular fields, the webpage hosts a Diaspora Outreach Research and Innovation Network (DORIN). Pakistanis in Thailand are encouraged to register themselves at DORIN indicating their areas of work along with their preferred areas of collaboration with the Science and Technology partners in Pakistan.

Cognizant of the potential of science diplomacy to advance Pakistan’s national interests and participate effectively in the global science and technology ecosystem, the Ministry launched its Science Diplomacy (SD) initiative with the designation of a Focal Point (Science Diplomacy Division) to act...

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad
23/11/2020

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad

On the #WorldChildrensDay, Mazar-e-Quaid, Minar-e-Pakistan, Prime Minister Office, National Assembly, Foreign Office & many monumental buildings in 🇵🇰 go blue.

#Pakistan reiterates its commitment to protect & promote children’s rights. #GoBlue @Pakpmo @SMQureshiPTI @UN https

Office of the Spokesperson, Mofa Pakistan
23/11/2020

Office of the Spokesperson, Mofa Pakistan

World Children’s Day

On the occasion of World Children’s Day, commemorated each year on 20 November to mark the anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child (CRC), Pakistan reaffirms the right of every child to grow, learn, play and flourish in a safe, responsive and friendly environment, free of distress, hunger, fear and oppression.

As a party to the CRC and its two optional Protocols, Pakistan is committed to upholding the promotion and protection of human rights of all children and fulfilling its national and international obligations in that regard.

Pakistan has undertaken a range of institutional and legal measures to eliminate exploitation of children and their discrimination based on gender, religion and ethnicity. We remain committed to eradicating the incidences of violence against children, child labour and forced marriages, while ensuring that the right to food, education, health and healthy environment is available to all children of the country.

In August this year, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the Ehsas Nashonuma Programme to provide food and nutrition to the underprivileged children and prevent their malnourishment and stunting of growth. Presently, 22 Nashonuma Centres are working in 9 districts. By the end of this year, the programme will be expanded to 52 centres in 12 districts. The districts have been chosen on the basis of prevailing rate of stunting. Under separate streams of Ehsas Programme, free education and scholarships are provided to the children of families living below the poverty line. These programmes prioritize focus on the girl child.

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted multifaceted challenge for children in developing countries. A child’s vulnerability increases when the family faces rising debts, unemployment, poverty and disease. This year’s ‘World Children’s Day’ should serve as a solemn reminder to reinforce the global resolve for mitigating the health and socioeconomic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on children.

On the World Children’s Day, the plight of children in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) should not be forgotten. These children, living in one of the world’s largest prison, deserve urgent attention of the international community, particularly the United Nations. The over fifteen-month long physical and digital siege with frequent incidences of house demolitions, arbitrary detentions and use of force, including through pellet guns, have traumatized children in IIOJK and denied their basic rights to life, education and health. The international community must be sensitive to the plight of oppressed children in IIOJK and urge India to immediately stop its illegal and inhuman policies and practices that are in contravention of its own obligations under the CRC.

Islamabad
20 November 2020

Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post
22/11/2020

Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post

Ambassador Asim Iftikhar Ahmad today delivered the keynote address at the high-level regional consultation in Asia-Pacif...
12/11/2020

Ambassador Asim Iftikhar Ahmad today delivered the keynote address at the high-level regional consultation in Asia-Pacific titled" Towards an Ecosystem of Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity". The meeting was chaired by HE Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, former Prime Minister of Niger. Ms. Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana, Under Secretary-General of the UN and Executive Secretary of UNESCAP also addressed the meeting. Office of the Spokesperson, Mofa Pakistan Shah Mahmood Qureshi

09/11/2020
Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post
05/11/2020

Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post

Shah Mahmood Qureshi
30/10/2020

Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Today on #EidMiladunNabiصلى, Our beloved Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday, let us draw from his legacy of humanity, humility & strength; of peace, kindness and tolerance. Let us spread love & light wherever we go.

https://twitter.com/SMQureshiPTI/status/1322056992710709250

30/10/2020
Kashmir Black Day observed at the Foreign Office highlighting sufferings of Kashmiri Children

Kashmir Black Day observed at the Foreign Office highlighting sufferings of Kashmiri Children. The event included display of artwork by school children, reading of letters to the world community and recitals of poems written to depict the plight of Kashmiri children. Foreign Minister, Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs and other participants have their say on the sombre occasion.

30/10/2020
Imran Khan
28/10/2020

Imran Khan

My letter to leaders of Muslim states to act collectively to counter the growing Islamophobia in non-Muslim states esp Western states causing increasing concern amongst Muslims the world over.

Embassy of PakistanBangkokKashmir Black Day virtually observed in BangkokEmbassy of Pakistan Bangkok hosted a virtual ev...
27/10/2020

Embassy of Pakistan
Bangkok

Kashmir Black Day virtually observed in Bangkok
Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok hosted a virtual event to observe the Kashmir Black Day 2020. The event was attended by members of the Pakistani community and Thai nationals.
The messages of the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan on Kashmir Black Day were read out. A short documentary on the Kashmir dispute and the ongoing Indian brutalities was also shown. Speakers from Pakistani diaspora expressed concern on human rights violations in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJ&K) and highlighted various aspects of the Kashmir dispute. They noted that the overseas Pakistani community could become voice of their Kashmiri brethren through appropriate and effective use of different social media platforms. They also lamented Indian government’s high-handed measures in the Valley since 5 August last year. The speakers invited attention of the international community towards Indian occupation forces’ cruelties in IIOJ&K and demanded that the dispute should be resolved in accordance with the relevant UNSC Resolutions.

Ambassador Asim Iftikhar Ahmed briefed the participants about the current humanitarian crisis and the reinvigorated freedom struggle by the Kashmiris particularly after Indian government’s illegal actions of 5 August 2019. He noted that Indian government was denying the Kashmiri people their right to self-determination enshrined in various UN resolutions and trying to suppress their freedom struggle by use of force, but in futility. He noted that Pakistani diaspora could effectively disseminate Pakistan’s narrative using innovative tools. He urged the community members to brief their friends and foreign colleagues about IIOJ&K and advised them to accentuate three dimensions of the dispute i.e. (i) the right to self-determination, (ii) Indian non-implementation of the UNSC resolutions, and (iii) human rights violations, humanitarian crisis and threat to international peace and security. The way forward, he stressed, was in implementing the UNSC resolutions and letting the Kashmiri people exercise their free will to determine their future. Pakistan will continue to fully support the legitimate Kashmir cause.

Bangkok
27 October 2020

Government of Pakistan
27/10/2020

Government of Pakistan

Message of the Prime Minister Imran Khan on Kashmir Black Day (27th October 2020)

We are observing this day to condemn Indian illegal occupation and to reiterate our unwavering support to the Kashmiri people. The Kashmir Black Day represents a dark chapter in the human history when, 73 years ago, Indian forces landed in Srinagar to forcibly occupy the territory and subjugate people of Jammu and Kashmir.

The illegal occupation of parts of Jammu and Kashmir by India represents an international dispute, the solution of which is firmly anchored in the relevant United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolutions in accordance with the UN Charter.

Despite unabated Indian atrocities for more than seven decades posing an existential threat, India is unable to break the will of the Kashmiri people. International community bears witness that Indian state-terrorism, extra-judicial killing of innocent Kashmiris, unprecedented restrictions in freedom of speech, fake encounters, cordon-and-search operations, custodial torture and deaths, enforced disappearances, incarceration of Kashmiri leadership and youth, use of pellet guns, destruction and burning of houses to inflict ‘collective punishment’ on the Kashmiris communities and other methods of subjugation have failed to shake the resolve of the Kashmiris people in their just struggle for the inalienable right to self-determination.

India’s unilateral actions, military siege and communication blockade accompanied by illegal measures to bring about demographic change in IIOJK since 5th August 2019, expose yet another dimension of RSS-inspired ‘Hindutva’ ideology. The dangerous mix of extremist ideology (Hindutva) and hegemonic designs (Akhand Bharat) is imperiling regional peace and stability.

The international legitimacy of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute is enshrined in the UNSC resolutions, which are binding. It is collective responsibility of all member states to ensure compliance by India of its international obligations. Pakistan urges the international community to take practical steps to stop India from using state-terrorism as a tool to destabilize the region and to work for peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant UNSC Resolutions and wishes of the Kashmiri people. This is the only way durable peace and stability can be ensured is South Asia.

For its part, Pakistan will continue to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the Kashmiri people and extend all possible support to them until they realize their legitimate right to self-determination.

Office of the Spokesperson, Mofa Pakistan
26/10/2020

Office of the Spokesperson, Mofa Pakistan

Pakistan condemns systematic Islamophobic campaign under the garb of freedom of expression

Pakistan condemns in the strongest manner the systematic resurgence of blasphemous acts of republication of caricatures of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) and desecration of the Holy Quran by certain irresponsible elements in some developed countries. We are further alarmed at highly disturbing statements by certain politicians justifying such heinous acts under the garb of freedom of expression and equating Islam with terrorism, for narrow electoral and political gains.

Under international human rights law, the exercise of the right to freedom of expression carries with it special duties and responsibilities. The dissemination of racist ideas, defamation and ridiculing of other religions, denigration of religious personalities, hate speech, and incitement to violence are not allowed expressions of this fundamental freedom.

Such illegal and Islamophobic acts fanning inter-religious hatred, hostility and confrontation, are the very basis of horrendous terrorist acts like Christ Church, thereby imperiling future prospects of peace and harmony among civilizations.

Whilst having anti-blasphemy and criminal laws for sensitive issues such as denial of Holocaust, the justification by a few politicians in some Western countries for insulting sentiments of Muslims, is a blatant reflection of double standards. Such justifications seriously erode their human rights credentials.

Pakistan has always supported and continues to lead international efforts for combating intolerance, discrimination and violence on the basis of religion or belief. Both in our national capacity as well as part of the OIC group, we have advocated arduously for the alliance of civilizations and developing mutual understanding and respect for all religions, faiths and beliefs. We unequivocally condemn all acts of violence on the basis of religion or belief.

Prime Minister Imran Khan in his address at the 75th UN General Assembly session highlighted the recent incidents of Islamophobia and such unlawful provocations and urged the international community to take all necessary steps to universally outlaw willful provocations and incitement to hate and violence. The Prime Minister also proposed to declare an International Day to Combat Islamophobia.

At a time of rising racism and populism, the international community must show a common resolve against xenophobia, intolerance, stigmatization and incitement to violence on the basis of religion or belief. It is necessary to work together for peaceful co-existence as well as social and inter-faith harmony.


Islamabad
25 October 2020

26/10/2020
Prime Minister's Office of Pakistan

Prime Minister's Office of Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan's statement denouncing the Islamophobic comments of French President Emmanuel Macron.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad
23/10/2020

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi unveiled a special commemorative postage stamp issued by Pakistan Post to mark the 75th anniversary of @UN

Government of Pakistan
16/10/2020

Government of Pakistan

Pakistan has become the 18th country globally to produce cardiac stents. Local production would help the country in saving Rs.8billion annually.
#MadeInPakistan

Hiring of Contractor(s)/Consortium of Contractor(s) for Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme.
16/10/2020

Hiring of Contractor(s)/Consortium of Contractor(s) for Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme.

Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post
16/10/2020

Photos from Embassy of Pakistan Bangkok's post

Dr. Sania Nishtar, Special Assistant on Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, partici...
15/10/2020

Dr. Sania Nishtar, Special Assistant on Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, participated in United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) regional conversation on “Social Protection: A Right for All, or a Privilege for a Few?”, today.

Ms. Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana, Executive Secretary of UNESCAP and Mr. Guy Ryder, Director General of ILO delivered the opening remarks. Other eminent speakers, inter alia, included Ms. Mereseini Vuniwaqa, Minister of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Fiji, Mr. Kung Phoak, Deputy Secretary-General for ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, and Ms. Haiyani Rumondang, Director General for Industrial Relations and Worker’s Social Security, Minister of Manpower, Indonesia.

Speakers discussed social protection strategies needed to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, addressing socio-economic challenges such as poverty and inequality, as well as emerging ones stemming from population aging, migration, urbanization and employment. They also deliberated on how governments could build inclusive, effective and sustainable social protection systems to prepare their countries for many of these challenges, and how could countries in the region learn from each other and what role could the UN system play in this regard?

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Nishtar emphasized the importance of social protection initiatives for combating challenges like eradicating poverty and overcoming inequality. She underscored that long-term social safety net programs and increase financial inclusion were the core pillars for sustainable development. She explained the underlining objectives of Pakistan’s Ehsaas program and highlighted success of $1.2 billion Ehsaas emergency cash transfer strategy amid Covid-19 crisis benefiting 16.9 million households.

UNESCAP and the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific also jointly launched their first-ever regional flagship publication on social protection - Social Outlook 2020 for Asia and the Pacific.

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