PARIS: The first ever mega Pakistan Festival held to rejoice 70 years of Pakistan’s independence concluded in suburbs of Paris on Monday after a perfect show of Pakistan’s tradition, handicrafts, type, song and delicacies.
According to a remark, the Festival used to be collectively inaugurated by the Ambassador of Pakistan to France Moin ul Haque, member of French parliament Mr. Francois Pupponi and Mayor of Sarcelles the city Mr. Nicolas Maccioni.
Thousands of folks from more than a few walks of lifestyles together with native French officers, diplomats, individuals of French Civil Society, media individuals and expatriate Pakistanis attended the festival.
While addressing the inaugural rite which commenced with the enjoying of Pakistani and French nationwide anthems, the Ambassador congratulated the Pakistani group on finishing the 70 years of independence.
He stated that this festival had more than one goals from celebrating the 70th anniversary of Pakistan’s independence, showcasing the richness of Pakistani cultural variety and the wonderful thing about its magnificent landscapes introducing Pakistani delicacies and track, to deliver in combination the Pakistani group on a unmarried platform for a not unusual purpose.
Member of French parliament, Mr. Francoise Pupponi and Mayor of Sarcelles the city Mr. Nicolas Maccioni who additionally spoke at the instance termed the Pakistan group as hardworking, non violent and pleasant and stated that this festival had now not best supplied the French public a uncommon probability to revel in a mini Pakistan in France however would additionally give a boost to the bilateral family members between the 2 nations.
The Ambassador additionally introduced commemoratory shields to the French visitors in popularity in their products and services for the welfare and smartly being of Pakistan group.
Earlier, the festival commenced with nice fan and fare by making a song of the patriotic songs and sensible show of tableaus by the younger faculty scholars adopted by speeches to pay tribute to Quaid-e-Azam and leaders of Independence motion.