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Pakistan Culture Centre Inaugurated at Belarus University

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Gomel, 22 September 2023 (WAI): Pakistan’s Ambassador to Belarus, Sajjad Haider Khan, recently visited Gomel State Medical University to forge closer academic and cultural links between Pakistan and Belarus. His visit culminated in the establishment of the Pakistan Culture Centre at the university, which marked a crucial milestone in the bilateral relationship.

During the first part of his trip, Ambassador Khan met with students from Pakistan who were enrolled at Gomel State Medical University. He expressed happiness meeting these young talents who had started their educational path in Belarus, building ties between the two nations’ peoples. The Ambassador stressed the value of these encounters in developing lasting connections and cross-cultural understanding.

The meeting between Ambassador Khan and the university’s Rector and senior administration was critical to the visit. The discussions focused on strengthening the partnerships between Pakistan and Belarus in education. They looked into academic alliances, faculty exchanges, and research collaborations to improve students’ educational experiences in both countries.

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The ceremonial inauguration of the Pakistan Culture Centre on university grounds was the highlight of the visit. This center is a focal point for presenting Pakistan’s illustrious history, customs, and cultural variety. It will hold exhibitions, language workshops, and cultural activities that will give locals and Belarusian students a rare glimpse into Pakistan’s colorful culture.

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In his inaugural speech, Ambassador Sajjad Haider Khan underlined the value of cultural interactions in fostering intercultural understanding and fortifying international ties. He stated that the Pakistan Culture Center is not only a building; it is a bridge that unites the hearts and minds of our two countries. By establishing this institution, we want to help the Belarusians better understand Pakistani culture and customs.

University staff, students, and community leaders supported the new initiative at the official opening ceremony. Traditional exhibits of Pakistani handicrafts gave event-goers an accurate representation of Pakistan’s diverse cultural heritage.

The Pakistan Culture Centre at Gomel State Medical University represents the dedication of both countries to building closer ties in the cultural and academic spheres. The visit of Ambassador Sajjad Haider Khan has opened the door to deeper cooperation, improving prospects for students in both Pakistan and Belarus.


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