Mountains reflect environmental significance for human life

Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) Film Club and Development Communications Network (Devcom-Pakistan) jointly screened five documentary films with the collaboration of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pakistan and World Wildlife (WWF) Pakistan in connection with seventh Pakistan Mountain Festival. The festival is an annual flagship thematic advocacy event of Devcom-Pakistan to mark the International Mountain Day, a day dedicated to mainstreaming the sustainable mountain development and conservation agenda across the globe.
The Ambassador of Nepal in Islamabad Ms. Sewa Lamsal Adhikari was the chief guest while the Austrian ambassador Dr. Brigitta Blaha and Mr. Kim Jin-wook, Charge d’affairs Embassy of South Korea, were the guests of honour. Speaking on the occasion, Sewa Lamsal Adhikari said Nepal and Pakistan have several cultural commonalities on which the bilateral relationship could be enhanced. Mountains are the one vital phenomenon that can pave a path for joint initiatives to engage the people and expert of both countries.
Appreciating the Pakistan Mountain Festival, she said organising several activities every year with meager resources evidently make us believe the devotion and dedication of the founding director of the festival and continuing despite all odds and short of funds.—APP

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