VC BUITEMS inaugurates Japanese calendar exhibition in Quetta
Vice Chancellor BUITEMS, Farooq Ahmed Bazai inaugurating the Japanese Calendar Exhibition in Quetta: Photo provided by Adeel

Staff Reporter :

QUETTA: Vice-Chancellor, the Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS) inaugurated the Japanese calendar exhibition in Quetta. Honorary Consul General of Japan, Syed Nadeem Shah and other officials were also present on the occasion. “70 years of Pakistan Japan friendship completed”, Mr. Shah told the Daily Quetta Voice.

Calendar exhibition is a regular feature in Quetta to promote Japanese culture, language and history among the people of Balochistan. Every year, scores of people visit the Japanese calendar exhibition and take a keen interest in the Japanese culture, history and development.

“This is a good initiative to promote relations between Pakistan and Japan”, the VC BUITEMS said. He said such kinds of activities were good for promoting people-to-people contact between the two countries.

The President of the Japan Friendship Society, Syer Feroz Shah was also present on the occasion.

“Japan has always extended all possible support to Pakistan in times of need”, Syed Nadeem Shah, the Honorary Consul General of Japan in Balochistan said. He said the two countries enjoy cordial relations and support each other on all issues.

Students, academicians, intellectuals, writers, authors, and people belonging to various walks of life participated in the event. The calendar exhibition would remain to continue till March 29th (Tomorrow) at the office of Japan’s Honorary Consul General in Quetta’s Jinnah Town area.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About the Author

Quetta Voice is an English Daily covering all unfolding political, economic and social issues relating to Balochistan, Pakistan's largest province in terms of area. QV's main focus is on stories related to education, promotion of quality education and publishing reports about out of school children in the province. QV has also a vigilant eye on health, climate change and other key sectors.