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Pakistani Physicians are one of the Pillars of Friendly Relations between Pakistan and the United States

Pakistani Physicians are one of the Pillars of Friendly Relations between PakistanĀ and the United States

Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said that APPNA, by forging strong people to people contacts, has consistently proven itself as one of the strongest organization of professional Pakistanis in North America. He was the keynote speaker at the Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA) Spring Meeting-2018 in Chicago, today.

Talking at the event, Ambassador Chaudhry said it is always a matter of great pride to see Pakistani-Americans doing well and contributing to the development of their home States. He praised organizationā€™s projects aimed for uplifting underprivileged communities around the globe.

Ambassador Aizaz Chaudhry added that APPNA represents a group of highly educated Pakistanis who are one of the pillars of friendly relations between the two countries. These physicians are a true representation of Ā Pakistan ā€“ a country of talented, tolerant and diverse people.

He urged the Pakistani physicians to encourage their children to get involved in US politics, media & entertainment and other nation building institutions and serve to strengthen Pakistan-US relations.

At the conclusion of his address Ambassador Chaudhry said that he is hopeful that APPNA would continue its good work for strengthening Pakistan-US relations as well as its philanthropic endeavors in the coming years.

During Q & A session, Ambassador Chaudhry responded to the questions on Pakistan’s foreign and internal policies including Pakistan’s relations with the US, Afghanistan, and India.

Chicago,
27 April 2018.

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