Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry and Mrs Najia Ahmad hosted a luncheon reception and a briefing on 'Colours of Pakistan' for the group which comprises spouses of several Congressmen and diplomats, prominent women leaders, and corporate executives. Mrs Najia Ahmad welcomed the guests and apprised the audience about Pakistan by sharing interesting statistics. She stated that Pakistan is a land of diversity and has a rich cultural heritage. She further said that women in Pakistan are playing a pivotal role in Pakistani society and are making their mark in various fields by breaking all societal barriers. In her remarks, Ms Ritchie said that Pakistan is a fascinating combination of culture and tradition bound by the centuries-old cherishment of common values of hospitality, altruism and multi-culturism.
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