Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan says Pakistan is emerging as one of the attractive destinations for tourists.
Talking to Ambassador of Portugal to Pakistan Paulo Neves Pocinho in Islamabad, she said there are a lot of opportunities for investment in various sectors and great potential for tourism, as visa policy has been revamped with improved security situation in the country.
She stressed the need for strengthening cooperation with Portugal in the fields of media, information and culture in order to forge people-to-people contacts.
Firdous Ashiq Awan also apprised the ambassador about the grave human right violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir, including the continuous lockdown, communication blockade and curfew for more than 70 days.
Meanwhile, in a series of Tweets, Firdous Ashiq Awan criticized the opposition leadership for provoking people to protest and held it responsible for jamming the country’s economy.
She said people are not supporting those who are using innocent children of religious seminaries as a political fuel.