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Pakistan proud to showcase its strengthen at Shanghai Expo 2010
2009. 28 April
Terming today as important day for Pakistan for Sino-Pak friendship as well as for Shanghai Expo-2010, Ambassador Masood Khan said that his country was proud to showcase its strengthen by participating in next year’s mega exposition to be held in China’s economic hub.
Ambassador Khan, who is also Commissioner General for the Pakistan Pavilion for Expo 2010, made these remarks at a function to mark the ground breaking ceremony of Pakistan pavilion here Tuesday.
At Shanghai Expo 2010, Ambassador Khan said, “Pakistan will showcase its strengths and learn from China and other countries about how to manage cities, how to build industry and how to create harmonious and cohesive citizenry”.
“We are grateful to the management of the Shanghai Expo 2010 for giving us such a privileged and prestigious location next to the Chinese Pavilion”, the Ambassador said.
He said that Shanghai is the most appropriate economic hub to host this exposition. The city’s economic prowess, the dynamism of its people, and the vision of its leadership makes it the most suitable venue to propagate the theme of ‘Better City, Better Life’.
Ambassador Khan said that his country has small and large cities.
br> It has metropolises, cities, and townships. Every city has the challenge to create harmony within diversity and this is the theme that Pakistan’s Pavilion would display and demonstrate.
Pakistan, Ambassador Khan said, has weathered the storm of the international financial crisis. We have not only averted economic crisis but our key sectors’ manufacturing and agriculture have shown immense resilience and strength. would display and demonstrate.
He said “we are so happy that the international financial crisis has had no adverse impact on Shanghai EXPO. If anything, this crisis has been taken was a challenge by hosts and participants. Shanghai Expo itself will become a stimulus package to enhance demand, growth and jobs. As targeted, more than 70 million will visit the EXPO next year”. would display and demonstrate.
Khan said that we are grateful to Deputy Commissioner General of Pakistan Pavilion and CEO Far East Oriental Trading Company (FEOTC) Abdul Wahid for making untiring efforts for today’s ground breaking ceremony and for making all the preparations for the construction of this Pavilion. His able son and assistant Asad Wahid has been the backbone of this endeavour. would display and demonstrate.
The Ambassador said that we are most grateful of Acting Consul General Mahmood Akthar Mahmood, for providing necessary facilitation and support, but most importantly we are grateful to the Chinese hosts and particularly, Wu Yunfei, the Deputy Director General for being with us as we perform this ground breaking ceremony.