In­dian am­bas­sador hosts farewell party in honor of Bhutanese am­bas­sador

Kuwait Times - - WHAT’S ON - By Sajeev K Peter

In­dian Am­bas­sador Su­nil Jain and his spouse Dr Gargi Jain hosted a farewell re­cep­tion in honor of the out­go­ing Am­bas­sador of Bhutan to Kuwait Dasho Tashi Phuntsog and his spouse Rinzin Wangmo at the In­dia House, In­dian em­bassy yes­ter­day.

A cross sec­tion of the In­dian com­mu­nity mem­bers at­tended the farewell re­cep­tion. Am­bas­sador Jain, briefly ad­dress­ing the gath­er­ing, con­veyed his good wishes to the Am­bas­sador Phuntsog and his wife. He said Bhutan is a par­adise on earth and it is a coun­try that is blessed with breath­tak­ing scenic beauty and rich cul­tural her­itage. In his re­ply, Phuntsog ex­pressed his grat­i­tude to Am­bas­sador Jain and Dr Gargi Jain for their whole­hearted sup­port and co­op­er­a­tion.

He also con­veyed greet­ings to the In­dian com­mu­nity in Kuwait. The am­bas­sador Phuntsog, who took of­fice as Bhutanese Am­bas­sador to Kuwait in March 2012, will leave the coun­try early next month af­ter com­plet­ing his ten­ure here. The Pub­lic Author­ity for In­dus­try cel­e­brated the re­cent achieve­ment of Ab­dulka­reem Taki, Deputy Gen­eral Man­ager, Ad­min­is­tra­tive and Fi­nan­cial Af­fairs De­part­ments, who won two awards at the ‘Tatweeg’ Ex­cel­lence Awards Acad­emy in the United Arab Emi­rates.

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