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Majestic Pakistan Summit is happening soon for youth of Pakistan

According to a post on the VFP’s page, Majestic Pakistan Summit has come up with new ideas and a fresh plan of action to empower youth to Foster a discrete dignified, and unique image of their country and learn new things about business, tourism, communication, leadership, and volunteerism.

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If you have been on social media, a vibrant video by a famous KPK politician, former Minister, and MPA Zia Ullah Bangash is doing rounds with the hashtag #MajesticPakistanSummit. In the video, he explains what the Majestic Pakistan Summit is.

Keeping in line with the incumbent government’s major platform of promoting tourism in Pakistan, the Volunteer Force Pakistan has announced the organization of Pakistan’s first tourism summit.

Talking in the video message, GB’s former minister said Gilgit Baltistan is famous for tourism and appreciates the efforts. He told that the summit is such that the youth from all over the country would be coming to the province for tourism, and they would visit famous sites.

Mr. Bangash ended the message by saying that he will meet the participants in August again.

According to a post on the VFP’s page, Majestic Pakistan Summit has come up with new ideas and a fresh plan of action to empower youth to Foster a discrete dignified, and unique image of their country and learn new things about business, tourism, communication, leadership, and volunteerism.

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Joiners will get a chance to interact with literati, culturati, and intellectuals. And there’s a lot to mention in the list but it’s up to those who join (to explain the percentage of how rewarding the initiative was for them).

The event would be from 3rd to 9th August 2021.

According to an official page, a national trip called “Journey to Gilgit Baltistan” will be followed by a national conference *Majestic Pakistan Summit* which will be attended by national delegates. This is not an ordinary tour but this journey will be followed by knowledge sharing, networking, learning, interaction with dignitaries & getting to know about the local *cultures* of Gilgit Baltistan Province. This journey also includes the interaction with officials of Gilgit Baltistan Province.

There would be a lot of attractions including Attending the Majestic Pakistan Summit

*Hiking*Balakot, Kaghan View, Naran View, Babuser Top View, Chillas, Tatta Pani, Mountains Junction Point where Karakorum, Himalayas, and Hindukush meet, Gilgit City, Karga Nalla, Ghizer Valley, Thunder Valley, Diamer and Bhasha Dam View, Hussaini Bridge, Passu Cones, Hunza, Karimabad

Sust Border, Attabad Lake, Karamoram Highway the *8th wonder of the world*, Sust Bazar, Khunjerab National Park, Khunjerab Border (China-Pakistan Border), Rakaposhi Viewpoint.

The post mentions that the Certificates will be given to all the delegates, and there is a Best Delegate Award for one person at the summit.

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The summit has gotten much attention with various celebrities announcing their support for the initiative.

This would be a great opportunity for the youth of Pakistan to not only engage with their peers from around the country, indulge in fruitful dialogues, discuss the problems faced by each other in their respective districts, but learning from each other while enjoying the beauty of Pakistan.

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