Islamabad: The Hungarian Ambassador Istvan Szabo on Monday hosted a reception to commemorate his country’s 61st National Day at his residence on Margalla Road, Islamabad.
An exhibition titled ‘Made in Hungry’ was arranged to exhibit county’s diverse culture narrated the history of 1956 revolution and freedom struggle and achievements of Hungarian people in a clolourful manner.
Ambassador Szabo on this occasion while welcoming the guests highlighted his country’s struggle against Soviet occupation. He told the audience that his country had paid a heavy price to attain freedom from Soviet Union’s clutches and termed the struggle of his people as Spirit of 60’s.
The Ambassador highlighted the bilateral relations between Pakistan and Hungry that have prompted the opening of trade offices in Karachi and Lahore as well as the granting of scholarships to students who want to study in Hungarian universities.
The guests danced on the rock music of the two countries as they were in casual dress code of 60’s. Ambassador Szabo especially thanked the guest who turned up in the casual dress of 60’s. The guests munificently appreciated the exhibition and enjoyed was event.
National Security Adviser (NSA) General Nasser Khan Janjua, and Chairman Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, Senator Ms. Sitara Ayaz, PTI central leader Dr. Shehzad Waseem, Ghalib Iqbal, Aziz Bulani, Faisal Mushtaq and Zafar Bakhtawri were among the prominent guests.