The Embassy of Pakistan, Brussels joined the a lot awaited occasion on the cultural calendar of Belgium by partnering with City Brussels to mark the 2022 version of the annual Heritage Day.
This 12 months’s Heritage day on September 17 and 18 coincided with the seventy fifth diamond jubilee of Pakistan’s independence in August 2022.
The Ambassador of Pakistan to Belgium, Luxembourg and the European Union, Dr. Asad Majeed Khan inaugurated the day-long actions on the premises of the Embassy.
The Embassy of Pakistan had lined up an array of cultural shows depicting wealthy tradition and heritage of Pakistan together with conventional Pakistani avenue meals.
Artifacts, pictures, ornaments, handicrafts, high export merchandise and conventional costumes had been displayed at numerous stalls, representing wealthy heritage, cultural range, tourism and export potential of the nation.
Hundreds of Belgian guests together with the youthful era visited the Chancery and took eager curiosity in numerous aspects of Pakistani tradition mirrored via fascinating and informative documentaries, Books, and cultural shows.
The standard Pakistani avenue meals stalls on the chancery additionally attracted many guests who favored the standard Pakistani delicacies.
A briefing concerning the state of affairs ensuing from the local weather change induced flash floods throughout the nation was additionally organized on the event. A particular video presentation concerning the devastation brought on by the floods and ensuing aid and rescue efforts was additionally performed for the guests.
Since 1989, the Heritage Days have been one in every of Belgium’s most keenly anticipated cultural occasions. This 12 months City Brussels invited the diplomatic missions to take part within the occasion for the primary time. Accordingly, the Pakistan Embassy Brussels participated within the “Heritage Day” to showcase Pakistan’s tradition and heritage to guests from Brussels, Wallonia and Flanders areas of Belgium.
The guests deeply appreciated the heat and hospitality prolonged by the Embassy officers.