Indian ambassador hosts farewell party in honor of Bhutanese ambassador
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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