Embassy of Pakistan in Kuwait Public Announcements
"An exhibition titled "Twilling Tweeds" has been organized by Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre, Kuwait 11-14 May, 2018. Twilling Tweeds is a cross cultural initiative set up by textile designer Adil Iqbal, who is based in Scotland but of Pakistani ascendancy. The projects connects the weavers of the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, with female embroiderers of Chitral, Pakistan.
The Ambassador of Pakistan to Kuwait, H.E. Mr. Ghulam Dastgir attended the inaugural session of the exhibition. A large number of visitors from different communities have shown their interest in the exhibition."
The people and the Pakistan Government Salutes and pay tribute to the Brave People of Kashmir
Kuwait: The Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Pakistan His Excellency Ghulam Dastgir thanked to the community for gathering to stand shoulder to shoulder with our brave Kashmiri brother s and sisters who continue to face brutalities of the Indian occupation forces on daily basis.
The recent brutal and indiscriminate use of force by the Indian occupation forces has resulted in the martyrdom of over a twenty young innocent Kashmiris in different incidents on 1st April. The Indian forces continue to use live fire, pellet guns on un-armed protesters, including youth and children and have suspended internet services, in an attempt to subjugate and further repress the innocent Kashmiris.
The mindless killing spree exposes, yet again, the ugly, inhuman face of the state-terrorism that India has been perpetrating against the Kashmiries for decades. We have repeatedly pointed out that the Kashmiri youth is being deliberately and systematically targeted with a view to breaking the will of the Kashmiri people However, such cowardly actions of the occupying forces only serve to fortify the resolve of the Kashmiri people.
Pakistan expresses its complete solidarity with the people of Jammu & Kashmir. We urge the international community to take cognisance of the gross and systematic violations of fundamental human rights, including the most basic human right to life, taking place in Indian Occupied Kashmir and use its influence with India to bring an end to the shameful culture of impunity that has been fostered there for several decades.
The people and the Government of Pakistan salutes and pays tribute to the Brave and resilient people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, who have been peacefully demonstrating against the brutal repression, incarceration, torture and extra judicial killing perpetrated by the illegal occupation by Indian Forces.
The Prime Minister has stressed the need for the International Community to urge India to allow access to fact finding missions of the UN Human Rights Commissioner and OIC Human Rights Commission to Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir. He has called upon the UNSC Secretary General to appoint a special representative for Jammu & Kashmir, where India, encouraged by the Silence of the International Community, continues to kill with impunity.
The Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, NI(M) Pakistan Navy paid an official visit to Kuwait from 17-19 March, 2018. It was his first official visit to Kuwait after he assumed the Command of Pakistan Navy. He met with Commander of Naval Force Major General Khalid Al-Knadari and other dignitaries.
The Chief of Naval Staff also met the retired Pakistan Armed Forces personnel working in Kuwait.
The visit is a manifestation of the close and fraternal ties between the two countries and it provided an opportunity to discuss matters of mutual interest and enhance cooperation between the Naval Forces of the two countries.
Ambassador of Pakistan to Kuwait, H.E. Mr. Ghulam Dastgir met with Sheik Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, Kuwait, in his office on 15 February, 2018. All issues of mutual interest related to defence cooperation between the two countries were discussed during the meeting. Both sides agreed to continue engagement for the enhancement of bilateral relations.