IPO-Pakistan’s performance hailed


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federal Commerce Minister Pervaiz Malik on Monday lauded the role of Intellectual Property Organization (IPO-Pakistan) in protecting the intellectual property rights and adopting pro-active approach.

While addressing during his maiden visit to the IPO-Pakistan headquarters in Islamabad, the minister appreciated the IPO’s role for putting Pakistan on the intellectual property map of the world as a compliant and responsible Country.

Pervaiz Malik expressed pleasure over the element that IPO-Pakistan had expert and highly trained team which was materializing the goal of an IP based nation into reality with their combined efforts.

Commenting on the up-coming ECO meeting in Pakistan, the minister assured that the government would extend every kind of support to IPO-Pakistan for its successful commencement, adding it would not only improve IPO-Pakistan’s image abroad but also develop the soft image of being an IP abiding nation among other countries.

The minister directed to focus on the training of the staff for their capacity building and said that there is a need to create more awareness among masses about IPO and its functioning.

The commerce minister also lauded the IPO-Pakistan for being self-generating department which was not only meeting its own expenditures but contributing to the national kitty as well.

Earlier, the Chairman IPO-Pakistan Shahid Rashid apprised the minister about the working mechanism of the organization and said that due to absence of service rules and dearth of officers the work of IPO-Pakistan was being effected.

Meanwhile, the Executive Director Meesaq Arif gave a detailed presentation on the formation of IPO-Pakistan, its functioning, structure and achievements.

The minister took keen interest in the presentation and asked several queries about the fundamentals of IPO-Pakistan.

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