NETHERLANDS

PAKISTAN-NETHERLANDS NEED TO ENHANCE COOPERATION IN DAIRY PRODUCTS,ENERGY, AGRICULTURE

Islamabad: May 7, 2018-Ambassador of the Kingdom of Netherlands to Pakistan, Ardi Stoios-Braken called on the Federal Secretary Commerce, Mohammad Younus Dagha today in Islamabad. Secretary Commerce welcomed the ambassador and said that Pakistan and Netherlands enjoy friendly and cooperative relations.
 

PAKISTAN NETHERLANDS WILL ENHANCE COOPERATION IN PORTS & SHIPPING

Islamabad(Monitoring Desk)Ambassador of Netherlands Ardi Stoios- braken on Wednesday called on federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Mir Hasil Khan Bizanjo and discussed bilateral relations besides matters of mutual interest. During the meeting the Minister said that there is a need of expanding trade cooperation between Pakistan and Netherlands.
 
He said that there is need to expand cooperation for enhancing capacity vessels in Ports and Shipping of both countries.

TAXES ARE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL -FOR GOV-FOR CITIZENS- AMB OF NETHERLANDS -PRO-POOR TAX LAWS CAN LEAD TO A BETTER PAKISTAN - OXFAM

Rawalpindi -A large number of university students from Punjab and Sindh came together to highlight gender insensitive tax laws and their adverse affect on women’s economic, social and political life through films at the second “National Tax Justice Youth Film Festival” held at ARID Agriculture University Rawalpindi here Wednesday morning.

PAKISTAN'S FUTURE BRIGHT -QUEEN MAXIMA HOPES BENEFITS WILL PASS ONTO COMMON MAN- CALLS ON PRESIDENT- VISITS BISP&NADRA

Islamabad (Diplomatic Reporter)President Mamnoon Hussain and UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development H.M. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands have expressed optimism that Pakistan’s future is bright and the country is on the path to progress adding that the pace of progress can be further expedited by ensuring access of common man to fruits of progress and financial resources.

QUEEN MAXIMA VISITS FIRST WOMEN BANK AND B.I.S.P FIELD OFFICE - MARYAM AND MARVI BREIF ABOUT THE PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN

Islamabad (Staff Reporter)Queen of Netherland, Her Majesty Queen Maxima along with senior PML (N) leader Ms. Maryam Nawaz Sharif visited First Women Bank Limited in Islamabad today.

Queen Maxima and Ms. Maryam Nawaz were briefed by Ms. Tahira Raza, President First Women Bank Limited on the opportunities of financial services for the people especially women entrepreneurs.

"PAKISTAN ON RIGHT TRACK, PREPARED TO TAKE FLIGHT" QUEEN MAXIMA

Islamabad (Diplomatic Reporter)Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, who is also UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate (UNSGSA) for Inclusive Finance for Development, called on Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at PM House Islamabad today.

PAKISTANI COUPLE MAKES HISTORY IN NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam - On 6 November 2014, a married couple from Pakistan will obtain their doctoral degree at the University of Twente, from the same professor, on the same day. Over the past five years, Salma Anwar and Muhammad Yaseen have conducted research at the faculty of ITC in the area of spatial statistics.

NETHERLANDS WILL HELP IN MUSEUM MANAGEMENT

Rotterdam - Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage, Senator Pervaiz Rashid called on the Dutch Minister for Education, Culture & Science Ms.

CULTURAL MINISTERS' CONFERENCE IN NETHERLANDS WILL FOSTER UNDERSTANDING AMONG ASIA AND EUROPE - PERVAIZ RASHID

Rotterdam - Culture makes it easier for people to understand one another in a better way, thus enabling them to overcome cross cultural barriers. Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Federal Minister for IB & NH said this while addressing to the participants of the First Plenary Session of 6th Asia-Europe (ASEM) Culture Minister’s Conference here today. Culture diversity was the fundamental feature of the world’s cultures and the form of manifestation of world civilization.

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