UK high commissioner holds ‘Khuli Katchehry’

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20th Aug, 2021. 12:45 pm

ISLAMABAD: High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan held the 7th virtual “Khuli Katchehry” with the Pakistani diaspora in the UK, a statement received here said.

A large number of community members attended the virtual Katchehri, it added. During the interaction, the diaspora members sought resolution of their issues regarding visas, NICOPs, POCs, passports and property matters in Pakistan.

The high commissioner redressed some of the problems instantly and assured that the remaining issues would be taken up with the relevant authorities in Pakistan.

Khan also welcomed the suggestions of the diaspora members for the improvement of the services. The diaspora members were particularly anxious to know as to when Pakistan was being removed from the UK’s red list for travel.

The high commissioner said he was in contact with the relevant UK authorities on the issue, adding that in view of the travelling difficulties being faced by the British Pakistanis, getting Pakistan on the green list was his priority.

The community members also commended the excellent performance of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Citizen Portal in resolving the problems of the overseas Pakistanis.

They also appreciated the initiative of virtual “Khuli Katchehri” at the mission that not only helps resolve the problems of the community but also connects the community with the High Commission.

As per the directives of the prime minister, the virtual “Khuli Katchehri” is being held at the High Commission every month.

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