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PAK-US Embassies Sign Contract For Lobbying Services

PAK-US Embassies Sign Contract For Lobbying Services
PAK-US Embassies Sign Contract For Lobbying Services

PAK-US Embassies Sign Contract For Lobbying Services
PAK-US Embassies Sign Contract For Lobbying Services

The Pakistani embassy in Washington has hired the services of a leading lobbying firm, Holland & Knight, to ensure effective representation of Islamabad’s interests in the United States. A contract was signed by embassy representatives and Tom Reynolds, a former Republican congressman from New York who represented the top lobbying firm.

On the occasion, leading Republican from New York, former Congressman and representative of Holland & Knight firm Tom Reynolds held a meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi. Speaking on the occasion, the Foreign Minister said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to the United States will usher a new era in Pakistan-US relations. He expressed confidence that Holland and Knight firm will fully assist Pakistan Embassy to promote Pakistan-US ties.

Tom Reynolds of firm has assured that his firm will extend full assistance to Pakistan Embassy for expansion in Pak-US ties on the basis of mutual interest and respect. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has visited Capital One Arena in Washington and reviewed arrangements for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the Pakistani community there.

Senator Abdullah Riar briefed the Foreign Minister about the community event. Expressing satisfaction over the arrangements, the Minister said welfare of expatriate Pakistanis is a top priority of the PTI government; therefore, the Prime Minister included his meeting with the Pakistani community in his programme of the US visit.

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