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ASEAN Committee in Islamabad hosts an inclusive cycling event

ASEAN Committee in Islamabad hosts an inclusive cycling event

Apart from ASEAN members the Dean of the African Group, Mohammad Karmoune, Ambassador of Morocco also participated in the event

DNA

ISLAMABAD: The ASEAN committee’s cycling event in Islamabad is indeed a fantastic initiative that showcases the spirit of regional cooperation and cultural exchange. Cycling events, beyond promoting physical activity, serve as platforms for fostering connections and understanding among people from diverse backgrounds.

The participation of ASEAN member states in such an event underscores the significance of sports in diplomacy and friendship building. It provides an opportunity for individuals from different countries to come together, share experiences, and build lasting bonds through a shared activity.

Moreover, the fact that the Philippines is currently chairing the ASEAN Islamabad Committee adds another layer of significance to the event. It reflects the commitment of ASEAN member states to engage actively in promoting regional cooperation and solidarity, not only in diplomatic circles but also through initiatives that bring people closer together, such as sports events.

As Brunei prepares to take over the rotating presidency soon, the cycling event also serves as a symbolic transition, highlighting the continuity and commitment of ASEAN member states to work together towards common goals.

Overall, events like these demonstrate the power of sports in bridging cultural gaps, promoting understanding, and fostering meaningful connections among people, regardless of their nationality or background. They embody the principles of unity, friendship, and cooperation that are at the core of the ASEAN community.

Apart from ASEAN members the Dean of the African Group, Mohammad Karmoune, Ambassador of Morocco, High Commissioner of Sri Lanka also participated in the event.






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