Pakistan celebrated its 75th independence day on 14th August, 2022, swinging in traditional fervour and zeal. People of Pakistan celebrated it with full-on enthusiasm, including grand displays, using flags on motorbikes, and different kinds of energy were also seen among people of all age groups.
Meanwhile, several global leaders came ahead to greet Pakistan on the occasion of independence day.
At the same time, Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau have also issued the statement on Pakistan’s Independence Day, where he stated that, “Today, we join Pakistani communities in Canada and worldwide to celebrate the 75th anniversary of independence of Pakistan.”
While further highlighting the significance of ties that Pakistan and Canada shares, PM Trudeau said that, “Canada and Pakistan enjoys a longstanding relationship, and this year also notes the 75th anniversary of diplomatic ties between our two nations. We remain committed to battling climate change, advancing women’s empowerment, and promoting regional peace and stability.
Canadian Prime Minister asserted that, “Our nations will keep empowering the bilateral trade ties and promoting investments to benefit everyone in both nations and exploring new opportunities for collaboration in areas ranging from clean energy to information technologies. Canada also recognizes Pakistan’s efforts in supporting its Afghan resettlement program, and looks forward to continuing our cooperation.
PM Trudeau further added, “On this day, we celebrate the strong ties that unite Canadian and Pakistani peoples. The ties between our nations is rooted in generations of the people-to-people relations, and today, more than 200,000 Canadians of Pakistani origin call Canada home. On this milestone anniversary, I encourage all Canadians to recognize the many important contributions Pakistani Canadians have made & continue to make, to our country’s social, economic, and cultural fabric. On behalf of the Government of Canada, I extend my best wishes to all those celebrating Pakistan’s Independence Day.”