Pakistan attending 2nd Silk Road International Cultural Forum

Pakistan attending 2nd Silk Road International Cultural Forum

Pakistan attending 2nd Silk Road International Cultural Forum

Islamabad, Pakistan: Pakistan attending 2nd Silk Road International Cultural Forum in Moscow and Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting & National Heritage of Pakistan Senator Pervaiz Rashid will address the forum on September 14. Senator Pervaiz Rashid is visiting on the invitation of Mikhail Shvydkoy, Special envoy of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cultural Cooperation.

With the theme of ‘developing the partnership, discussing cultural cooperation’, the 2nd SCF attracts a number of approximately 300 envoys, cultural officials, experts, scholars and representatives from more than 20 countries to discuss over 9 topics including ‘cultural exchange and international cooperation: the practice and future prospect of silk road spirit’, ‘new model of multilateral economic cooperation and sustainable development’, ‘cultural diversity and modern innovation of classics’, ‘the 21st century museum’, ‘library cooperation’ and ‘travel forum’.

SCF is devoted to becoming a platform for different countries along the ancient Eurasian trade route to exchange ideas to better promote cooperation and coordination in culture and explore a long-term multilateral mechanism in the field.

State run news agency of Pakistan APP reported that apart from political leadership of SCO members states, the prominent cultural personalities, entrepreneurs, representatives of region, SCO observers and dialogue partners will discuss the establishment of Eurasian organization for cultural cooperation.

According to China Culture website, SCF is organized by China nationality Cultural Foundation, China Silk Road Foundation, Kazakhstan People Spiritual Cultural Development Foundation, and the Intergovernmental Foundation for Educational, Scientific and Cultural Cooperation of the Commonwealth of Independent States, sponsored by ENN Group (China).

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