He said it will be a special cell at the embassy and it will counsel and groom talented students.
“The youth of today is the hope and leadership of tomorrow; grooming and training them will give pay dividends in future and will add value to human rights that would in turn help remove violence,” Khan told the students.
He said the trend of terrorism and extremism in the region and beyond can only be addressed by focusing on the education sector.
“Talented children of overseas Pakistanis are adding to the image of the country. Therefore, parents and teachers of outstanding students deserve applause and should be an example for others,” the ambassador said.
48,780 people have also been wounded in the war, a spokesman said
Pentagon says 14,000 tank shells will be sold to Israel without Congressional review