ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Senator Shibli Faraz on Wednesday said that the presence of PDMC level leadership in the Bannu meeting is a proof that his movement has entered the final stages of decline.
The minister said in a tweet that the failed rhetoric and lack of public participation had discouraged the central leadership and that their meetings, gatherings and rallies had changed and the leadership had reached the “B2C” level.
Meanwhile, Senator Shibli Faraz in a meeting with Cuban Ambassador Gabriel Tel Capote stressed on cooperation in the field of culture and said that Pakistan has a rich and diverse cultural heritage which needs to be shared with the Cuban people. He added that it would help promote mutual relations in the fields of culture and media.
Gabriel Tel Capote paid a farewell call on the Minister. The Minister said that Pakistan and Cuba enjoy cordial relations, especially thanking the Ambassador for the scholarships offered in the medical field to the students of the areas severely affected by the 2005 Pakistan earthquake. Are
He said that a large number of Pakistani students have benefited from this scheme. “Cuba is a resilient nation that has made significant contributions to sports, music and medicine,” he said.
The Cuban ambassador appreciated the minister’s remarks about his country and its people and said that Pakistan had supported him at the diplomatic level. He stressed on the need to implement various Memoranda of Understanding between Pakistan and Cuba in various fields for the mutual benefit of the people of both the countries. The two sides discussed measures taken by their governments to combat the epidemic.
The Minister wished the Ambassador well in his future diplomatic engagements and said that he would have fond memories of his stay in Pakistan. The meeting was attended by senior officials of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.