Foreign Minister condoles with Nigerian Counterpart

Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi called Nigeria’s Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama today and offered heartfelt condolences over the loss of more than 100 precious lives in a dastardly terrorist attack in Nigeria.
Foreign Minister also prayed for the safe and swift return of nearly 50 Nigerians, including women, that were reportedly taken hostages or abducted. “We are confident that our Nigerian brethren shall rise from this tragedy with resilience and forbearance”, Foreign Minister Qureshi observed.
Expressing solidarity with Nigeria, the Foreign Minister added that “Pakistan stands shoulder-to-shoulder with brotherly Nigerians in this hour of national mourning. We condemn this act of terrorism in the strongest terms.”
Appreciating Pakistan’s support and solidarity with Nigeria, and its unequivocal condemnation of the terrorist attack, Foreign Minister Onyeama noted that the sentiments expressed were a source of solace and strength for the people of Nigeria.
Islamabad

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The Election Commission of Pakistan is conducting Overseas Voting through Internet Voting Process in the upcoming by-elections in PP-168 Lahore-XXV scheduled to be held on 13th December 2018. 

The High Commission for Pakistan, Abuja and its Sub-Missions at Lagos will remain closed on Tuesday & Wednesday, 25 & 26 December 2018, and Tuesday, 1 January 2019, on occasions of Birthday of Quaid-i-Azam/Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year respectively.