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18 April 2024, 19:56

Pakistan’s dazzling places of interest on display at tourism expo in Minsk

Photos courtesy of the Embassy of Pakistan in Belarus
Photos courtesy of the Embassy of Pakistan in Belarus
MINSK, 18 April (BelTA) – Pakistan’s places of interest are represented at the international expo Leisure 2024 in Minsk, BelTA has learned.

The Embassy of Pakistan has occupied one of the central locations at the expo site. The best places of interest were showcased during the event that gathered representatives of the tourism industry, travel enthusiasts, and mass media from all the regions.

The embassy presented a program meant to highlight in detail the unique places of interest Pakistan boasts. The presentation included captivating documentaries that demonstrate the versatility of Pakistan’s landscapes, its thousand-year-long history, and the wealth of cultural legacy.

Apart from that, visitors could appreciate performances by talented students of the oriental dancing school Tamazur, who did a lively dance accompanied by a heartfelt song sung by the singer Tatiana Kremis in the urdu language. A captivating quiz was arranged to check what the participants knew about tourist destinations, historical places of interest and landscapes of Pakistan. This interactive method was designed to tell the visitors about hidden gems of the country.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Pakistan to Belarus Sajjad Haider Khan made a speech during the presentation. He mentioned the diversity of the country’s natural beauty, the hospitality of its citizens, and the significance of its historical sites. The diplomat noted that Pakistan’s tourism industry has been experiencing a renascence for the last few years. The fact makes Pakistan an attractive destination.

It is the third year Pakistan has taken part in the expo. The venue offers an excellent opportunity to demonstrate Pakistan’s tourism potential and contributes to enhancing Belarus-Pakistan cultural ties.

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