Sindh Governor presents award to Iran’s CG

KARACHI   –  The Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Pakistan’s Karachi, Hassan Nourian, has received Diplomatic and Foreign Investment Award for his efforts to establish better relations between the two neighboring countries.

According to a press release issued on Monday, the ceremony honouring the successful diplomats was held in Karachi, where in the presence of the Consul Generals of various countries, including Iran, Governor of Sindh Imran Ismail presented the Diplomatic and Foreign Investment Award to the selected diplomats.

In the event, Nourian, the Iranian Consul General in Karachi, received the award for his services and efforts in developing relations between the two countries, especially helping to expand interactions between the provinces of Iran and Pakistan.

Currently, there are more than one hundred officials and honorary consulates generals from different countries of the world, including Iran, China, Russia, Germany, Malaysia, Qatar, France, Oman, United Kingdom, the United States, and South Korea in the port city of Karachi.

Nourian, Iran’s Consul General, who previously headed the Passport Office of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Consulate General in Hyderabad, India, began his official activity in mid-June in Karachi, southern Pakistan.

PTI Sindh’s General Secretary calls on Governor

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter’s General Secretary (GS) Mubeen Jatoi called on the Sindh Governor Imran Ismail at Governor House here on Monday.

On the occasion, MNA Jai Parkash and Governor’s Advisor Umeed Ali Junaijo were also present.

They exchanged views on the mutual interests. Mubeen Jatoi on the occasion informed the governor about the problems due to the shortage of gas in the province, according to a Governor House communique. The governor said he would talk to the prime minister on the matter tomorrow (today) for its early resolution.

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