Pakistani Embassy Washington D.C. Launches New Website

 

Washington D.C. Jan 28, 2018 -   The new website of the Embassy of Pakistan, Washington D.C. was unveiled at a ceremony held earlier this evening, as part of the public diplomacy efforts of the Embassy.
 
Speaking on the occasion, Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said that it was important for the Embassy to adapt to the requirements of modern technology. The new website has been made attractive, user-friendly and interactive so that correct information can reach the public in a manner that is easy to comprehend.
 
The new website has a dedicated section on Consular Services which contains links to Machine Readable Passport and NADRA related services, visa requirements, forms, fee structures as well as information regarding attestation of documents. There is a Media Center which archives all press releases and newsletters issued by the Embassy as well as video links to events and interviews. The Embassy’s recently published factsheet on Counter-terrorism is also posted on the website. It also features relevant information about Pakistan, especially related to Government, history, tourism, economic, trade, education and culture.
 
A special feature of the new website includes a Community Dashboard that showcases various events and activities undertaken by the Embassy as part of its reach out to the U.S. Government, corporate America, and especially the Pakistani American community, with a view to facilitating networking, cohesion and synergy.
 
The Ambassador sought feedback from the public and said that the Embassy would continue to strive to improve the website further in the days ahead.

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Pakistani Embassy Washington D.C. Launches New Website

Washington D.C. Jan 28, 2018 -   The new website of the Embassy of Pakistan, Washington D.C. was unveiled at a ceremony held earlier this evening, as part of the public diplomacy efforts of the Embassy.

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