LONDON -- Pakistan's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK),Mohammad Nafees Zakaria has commended the contribution of Dow Graduates Association of Northern Europe (DOGANE) to the British society and health sector of the UK and Pakistan.
He was speaking as the Chief Guest and Patron of DOGANE at the annual function of the Association at Nottingham the other day.
The High Commissioner said it was a matter of great satisfaction and pride that distinguished physicians and surgeons of Pakistani origin from Dow Medical College and University, Karachi were making Pakistan and its Diaspora in the UK proud of their invaluable services in the health sector and charitable causes said a statement of Pakistan High Commission issued here today.
Nafees Zakaria said it was encouraging to see that the DOGANE members have excelled in their respective fields and were contributing positively in various walks of life. Acknowledging the positive role of the Association in promoting Pakistani culture and national objectives of peace and development, he said it was important for professionals, graduates and students of Pakistani descent to uphold the values and honour of their country wherever they live. Zakaria noted with satisfaction the Association's assistance and guidance to the younger generation in determining their career paths. He urged their assistance in strengthening bilateral cooperation in the health sector in Pakistan. Zakaria also invited them to avail economic opportunities in pharma, surgical, industrial and tourism sectors and assured all possible...