13 May 2013, Islamabad: Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, today made the following statement, following the elections in Pakistan on 11 May 2013:
Elections in Pakistan Marks History in many ways: Danish Ambassador participates as Election Observer.
The Royal Danish Embassy is looking for an energetic and bright individual for a new full-time position.
Deputy Head of the Consular Department Danish Embassy Islamabad
With at least one journalist targeted every 28 days between 2007 and 2012,
Pakistan makes for one the most hazardous places in the world for journalists.
Islamabad: ”The best way to increase better understanding and cooperation is through people-to people dialogue and trust building. This book is a good example of an engagement that goes beyond development cooperation and
politics. It is an insight into how we can learn more about each other and from each other”. This was stated today by the Danish Ambassador, Ole E. Moesby during a launch ceremony of the book titled ’Dosti ka Safar’
(Journey of Friendship).
'To make democratic principles thrive, it requires a civil society, where the youth is predominantlythe catalyst of a socio- political and economic culture attuned to democracy, liberty and freedom'. – Ole E. Moesby, Danish Ambassador to Pakistan.
A court in the Seychelles has convicted and handed down long prison sentences to four pirates, accused of taking Pakistani fishermen as hostages. The pirates were captured by Denmark and delivered for prosecution last year. Denmark succeeded in getting some Pakistani fishermen, who had been held hostage by the pirates to witness against the pirates at the court.