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“Journalistic Bridges Built Between Pakistan, UAE, and Malaysia: PFUJ and PPCM Forge Ahead with Collaboration and Support”

Mar 24, 2024

“PFUJ Expands Reach with New Malaysia Chapter: A Historic Partnership between Pakistani Journalists in Malaysia and UAE”

By:Al Mudassar News Agenc:In a significant move to bolster journalism and investment guidance across borders, the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), with the approval of its central leadership, has inaugurated its Malaysia Chapter. This strategic initiative was celebrated with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Pakistan Press Club Malaysia (PPCM) and the PFUJ UAE, marking a new chapter in the collaboration between Pakistani journalists based in both countries.

Ansir Akram, the General Secretary of PFUJ UAE, made a special visit to Malaysia on the invitation of the Pakistan Press Club Malaysia, where he was warmly received by PPCM officials. The visit, highlighted by a study tour of Malaysia’s historical sites, culminated in an Iftar dinner hosted by PPCM in honor of the visiting dignitary, setting the stage for the formal signing of the MOU.

The establishment of the PFUJ Malaysia Chapter was lauded by Rana Muhammad Azim, the Central General Secretary of PFUJ, through a telephonic conversation that included PPCM President Owais Taj Chaudhry among others. The PFUJ’s central leadership expressed its full support for the initiative, emphasizing the mutual benefits for the journalistic communities involved.

This partnership promises to be a boon for journalists and investors from Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Malaysia, facilitating not just the exchange of journalistic insights but also serving as a guide for investors interested in these regions. The event underscored the commitment of PFUJ and PPCM to fostering closer ties between the journalistic fraternities of the two countries and supporting the broader community through enhanced cooperation and guidance.

PFUJ Expands Reach with New Malaysia Chapter: A Historic Partnership between Pakistani Journalists in Malaysia and UAE

By:Al Mudassar News Agency:The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), with the green light from its central leadership, has officially launched its Malaysia Chapter, marking a significant step forward in fostering journalistic collaboration across borders. This initiative was kick-started with a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Pakistan Press Club Malaysia (PPCM) and PFUJ UAE, aiming to enrich the journalistic landscape of both countries.

Ansir Akram, the General Secretary of PFUJ UAE, arrived in Malaysia upon the special invitation of the Pakistan Press Club Malaysia. His arrival was met with enthusiasm and a warm welcome from PPCM officials. The visit included a tour of Malaysia’s historical landmarks and an Iftar dinner hosted by PPCM in Akram’s honor, leading up to the pivotal moment of signing the MOU.

The establishment of the PFUJ Malaysia Chapter received applause and support from Rana Muhammad Azim, PFUJ’s Central General Secretary, during a telephonic conversation that also involved PPCM President Owais Taj Chaudhry among others. This initiative is supported wholeheartedly by the PFUJ central leadership, underscoring the anticipated benefits for the journalistic communities and beyond.

Key figures such as Khalid Malik, President of the PFUJ UAE Chapter, and Syed Mudassar Khushnood, the former General Secretary, also joined the conversation via phone, extending their congratulations and assurances of full cooperation to PPCM. This gesture of goodwill highlights the collaborative spirit between the journalists of Pakistan, UAE, and Malaysia.

This new chapter in PFUJ’s history is not just a win for the journalists of the two countries but also a boon for investors from Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Malaysia. The agreement facilitates not only the sharing of journalistic experiences but also aims to guide investors interested in these regions, acting as a bridge between the journalistic community and the investment opportunities in these countries.