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US Consul General Nicole wishes Sindh cultural day

December 4, 2022 06:36 PM


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Nicole Theriot, Consul General of US Consulate General Karachi on Sunday congratulated the public and the Government on Sindh Cultural Day, and the people and Government of America sincerely wish for the well-being and prosperity of Pakistan, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

US Consul General in Karachi said that the Mehran Valley is a land of historical and very rich culture and the people of Sindh have constructed a very united, inclusive, and accepting society.

She also stated that the people and the Government of the United States of America stand in full support of the flood-affected people of Sindh and Balochistan.

Along with the Consul General, the other diplomatic officers appointed at the American Consulate in Karachi followed her congratulating the people of Sindh.

US Consul General Theriot wished the Sindh Cultural Day to the people in the Sindhi Language as well.

 



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