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Inamullah Khan, Federal Secretary Ministry of Hu-man Rights and Inamullah Khan, Federal Secretary Ministry of Human Rights have commended EU Delegation for contributing towards promotion of human rights in Pakistan.

They expressed these views while addressing the closing ceremony of the EU-funded Huqooq-e-Pakistan Project.

He appreciated the project team for its achievements despite the challenges. “I am confident these activi-ties will become of an institutional part of MoHR in its future strategy and framework,” he said.

Thomas Seiler, Deputy Head of the Mission of the European Union underlined the importance of a continued dialogue of the EU with Pakistan on Hu-man Rights and fundamental freedoms.

He added: “This is also highlighted by the on-going visit to Pakistan of the EU Special Representative for Human Rights, Mr Eamon Gilmore. The project contributed to strengthen the institu-tional and policy framework at the federal and pro-vincial levels to promote and protect human rights.

Around 606 officials and 218 public prosecutors from Sindh and 278 officials and 102 public prose-cutors from Balochistan were trained on ‘Human Rights Safeguards in the Administration of Justice.’

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