Masood lauds services of Pakistani doctors in US

Acknowledges role doctors’ played in facilitating Pakistani students getting enrolled in prestigious institutes of US

DNA December 05, 2022
Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan. PHOTO: TWITTER/@Masood__Khan

Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States, Masood Khan has lauded the “generous support” of the doctors’ community working in the US at every difficult hour in Pakistan especially during calamities and natural disasters.

He was addressing Annual Gala 2022 of Association of Physicians of Pakistani-Descent of North America (DMV Chapter) in Washington. The ambassador paid tribute to the services and contributions of the doctors community both for the United States as well as Pakistan.

He said the presence of nearly 20,000 doctors of Pakistani descent in the United States was not only a matter of great pride for Pakistan but was also a strong link between Pakistan and the United States.

The envoy noted that the community had been investing back in Pakistan through philanthropy, humanitarian assistance, health care, education and research.

He acknowledged the role that the doctors’ played in facilitating Pakistani students getting enrolled in the prestigious institutes of the United States.

Ambassador Khan said Pakistani doctors could play a significant role in perception management between the two countries and bringing their people closer to each other. Pakistan, he said, would be amongst the top ten economies of the world by 2047.


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