Mahira Khan appoints as UNHCR goodwill ambassador for Pakistan
On Wednesday, 6th Nov 2019, The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) reported that Pakistani famed actress Mahira Khan appointed as their new goodwill representative for Pakistan.
Mahira said she was appreciative and honored to be a UNHCR representative for her nation. “Pleased to be destined to a homeland that has opened its arms to exiles for more than 40 years,” she tweeted following the declaration.
We're delighted to announce that @themahirakhan is our newest Goodwill Ambassador for Pakistan. 👏 pic.twitter.com/SAPjBY7E05— UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) November 6, 2019
“This is one reason since I feel so emphatically about it… this is something I need to discuss… it was astounding to see in spite of the viciousness of the contentions they confronted, they’re flexible individuals… they have opposed all chances and they’re cheerful,” she’s heard saying in the video shared alongside the UN proclamation. “They really are confident… and starting now and into the foreseeable future we should simply not surrender.” The VIP said the reason was not constrained to one nation, and there “ought to be some duty sharing”. The UNHCR is a worldwide association devoted to sparing lives, ensuring rights and building a superior future for exiles, persuasively dislodged networks, and stateless individuals.
Grateful and honoured to be a @Refugees goodwill ambassador for Pakistan🙏🏼Proud to be born to a motherland that has opened its arms to refugees for over 40 years 🇵🇰🙌🏼 @UNHCRPakistan https://t.co/kGagHGJLlv— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) November 6, 2019
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