January 07, 2020
The Pakistan Embassy in Maldives has gifted a number of items to the Civil Service Training Institute (CSTI). A handover ceremony of the items was held at the Civil Service Commission. The items were presented by the Pakistan Ambassador to the Maldives, His Excellency Vice Admiral Retd. Waseem Akram and was received by the President of Civil Service Commission, Dr. Aly Shameem.
Speaking at the handover ceremony held at the Civil Service Commission, Dr. Aly Shameem stated that the gifts handed over by the Pakistan Embassy symbolizes the accelerating relationship between the government and people of Pakistan and the Maldives Civil Service as well as the commitment of Pakistan to help develop human resources in the Maldives.
The items include 10 desktops, 5 laptops, 6 air conditioners and 3 projectors. The Pakistan government had also donated 2 smartboards to CSTI in 2017 and plans to provide more equipment towards the end of this year as well.
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