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Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar has said that the United Kingdom’s Prince Harry has offered assistance in the development of Pakistani youth.
The special assistant is in the UK to attend youth ministers’ conference in the Commonwealth headquarters in London. Dar has attended the conference on the special invitation of Prince Harry while at the occasion he briefed the conference regarding the government initiatives to make the country’s youth successful.
During the conference, the decisions of the Pakistan government for the welfare of the youth received enormous praise. Reportedly, this led Prince Harry to offer assistance in the development of Pakistani youth.
The people of Pakistan still cherish and fondly recall the visits of Her Majesty The Queen to Pakistan during 1961 and 1997.
Prince Harry said that successful youth program was inevitable for the development of the youth, adding that he was ready to assist Pakistan under the banner of Prince Trust International and can help Pakistani youth getting job and education.
Prince William and Kate to Visit Pakistan in Autumn
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Pakistan this autumn, the first royals to travel to the Islamic republic in more than 13 years.
BBC had reported that Kensington Palace would give details of the trip in “due course”. The last royals to visit Pakistan were the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in 2006. Prince William’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, traveled to Pakistan several times for charity work during her lifetime.
The high commissioner for Pakistan, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria, had welcomed Kensington Palace’s announcement of an autumn visit, saying: “The people of Pakistan still cherish and fondly recall the visits of Her Majesty The Queen to Pakistan during 1961 and 1997.”