Development cooperation between Norway and Pakistan: 50 Years of Partnership
The report “50 Years of Partnership”, written by Abdulaziz Usmani, gives an overview of Norway-Pakistan Development Cooperation from 1969 to 2018.
Popular screening of Iram Haq’s film “What Will People Say”
On December 6th, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Islamabad screened Iram Haq’s latest film, “What Will People Say”. The event was well attend, with guests from civil society, government agencies and diplomatic missions.
Norway to take over presidency of the Mine Ban Treaty
The Mine Ban Treaty is perhaps the most successful multilateral arms-related treaty in recent times. It was adopted in Oslo on 18 September 1997 and signed by more than 100 countries in Ottawa on 3 December the same year.
Are you planning to travel to Norway? From 03.08.2018 applications will be handled in Abu Dhabi
Norway and Aga Khan Network celebrate 25 years of collaboration in Pakistan
A quarter of a century of cooperation has resulted in preservation of cultural heritage, socio-economic development and poverty alleviation.
Norway and UNODC to Assist Punjab Police
The Norwegian Government has pledged USD 1,1 million to support the Police and Prosecution Departments in Punjab. New funding agreement between Norway and UNODC signed in Islamabad.
Embassy Helps Conserve Lahore Walled City
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan have agreed to work together on a new project for economic and social development through conservation of the historical heritage in the Lahore Walled City.
The Right to Decide about One’s Own Life
“The Right to Decide about One’s Own Life” – Seminar in Kharian 6 May 2017