The US Embassy in Islamabad concluded a two-day conference on help victims get needed support. In his opening remarks at the event, U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome said, “Human trafficking erodes the rule of law, the safety of our communities, the security of our borders, and the strength of our economy.
When we work together across government, business, and civil society to achieve the goals of combating human trafficking, we create a fairer and more equitable world.”
He was joined by chief guest Sindh Assembly Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza, who acknowledged the efforts of the U.S. government in supporting anti-trafficking efforts in Pakistan. Thanking the organizers, SSDO and PUAN , for their work in coordinating the two-conference, Deputy Chief of the U.S. Mission to Pakistan Andrew Schofer added.