Pakistan wants to broadcast its dramas, films in Australia: Dr Firdous

ISLAMABAD: Underscoring the need of collaboration among Islamabad and Canberra in the media and social areas, Unique Colleague to PM on Data and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan here on Monday said that Pakistan needed to communicate its dramatizations and movies in Australia.

Conversing with Australian High Official Ms Margaret Adamsom in Islamabad, Dr Firdous said that Pakistan and Australia were getting a charge out of solid relations at government and open level.

She stated, “Leader Imran Khan is submitted for institutional changes in Pakistan.”

On the event, the Australian high chief invited the understanding among Pakistan and Global Money related Store (IMF) and stated, “Pakistan is proceeding onward course towards financial advancement.”

Prior on May 8, Japan’s representative to Pakistan Kuninori Matsude had approached Unique Colleague to the PM on Data and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan.

Conversing with the Japanese representative, Dr. Firdous had said that Pakistan profoundly esteemed its reciprocal ties with Japan and had included, “We might want Tokyo to additionally team up and put resources into the fields of media and data.”

She had focused on the requirement for upgraded commitment with Japan in the fields of Data and Culture. Japanese representative Matsude had expressed gratitude toward the pastor for thankful comments about Japan’s advancement, improvement and had stressed the need to reinforce formal participation between state broadcasting companies of both the nations.