The Pakistan-Japan Friendship Forum (PJFF) has been established on Tuesday for further boosting the friendly relations between the two nations.
The opening ceremony of the forum was held at the official residence of Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan—Takashi Kurai on Tuesday.
The PJFF was founded with the aim of promoting cultural ties and to further strengthen the people-to-people contacts between Japan and Pakistan.
The forum was established by its chairman—Khalid Malik, who is a famous businessman, with the vision to further make the friendly ties between the two countries much stronger.
The opening ceremony was attended by the officials of Pakistan’s cultural organizations, former Pakistani alumni of Japanese universities, members of the business community and other significant socio-cultural personalities of the federal capital.
Ambassador Kurai while speaking at the occasion congratulated Khalid Malik for his huge efforts in regard to building Pakistan-Japan Friendship Forum and hoped that this forum would assist further in binding the ties more strongly between the two countries.
Kurai also paid tribute to the ex-minister Ghulam Abbas for his sincerity and dedication for boosting the Pak-Japan relations and thanked him for donating WADAIKO drums to the Islamabad Japanese School which were made in Sialkot.
Khalid Malik on the occasion said that both the nations have got potential to further boost their ties in all the fields which include business, sports, culture and education.
He also thanked the Japanese ambassador for his assistance in founding PJFF. Read
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