The Embassy of Pakistan in Washington DC conveys its sincere condolences to the families and friends of the victims of San Bernardino shooting incident. The Embassy also conveys its deepest sympathies for those who have been injured in the incident and wish them an early recovery from their physical and mental trauma.
The loss of precious lives in the tragic incident is irreversible and we condemn this abhorrent act of violence in strongest possible terms. It is hoped that the investigations would lead the authorities to bring the perpetrators of this act to justice sooner.
The Pakistani-American community, in general, and the community organizations, in particular, join the Embassy in condemning the horrific act and share the grief and sorrow of the victims and their families. The Embassy acknowledges the community’s role in the United States being law-abiding, peaceful and responsible and appreciates them for expressing their solidarity with the families and friends of the victims on this tragedy.
In this hour of grief the people of Pakistan, being worst victims of terrorism over the years, also offer their prayers and sympathize with the people of the United States and stand by them in their pain and suffering.
December 04, 2015
Commemorative Stamp on 550th Birthday Celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee
Commemorative Stamp issued on 550th Birthday Celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee could be purchased placing orders along with payment through bank draft, crossed cheque or Western Union to the following officers of Pakistan Post:
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