RAWALPINDI – A 3-match cricket collection between Pakistan Military and Sri Lankan Military cricket groups kicked off in Rawalpindi.
Zalmi Basis and Haier have co-sponsored this one among a form collection which goals to Strengthen bilateral relations between the 2 nations, says a press launch issued by the Zalmi Basis.
The cricket collection between Pakistan Military Cricket Group and Sri Lankan Military Cricket Group has began off in Rawalpindi with the purpose to enhance the bilateral relations between the 2 nations.
Sri Lanka and Pakistan have been nice associates for the previous many years and each nations are all the time seeking to additional strengthen this relationship.
It has been confirmed that there is no such thing as a higher means than via sports activities to take this friendship to the subsequent degree. Since each nations are cricket loving nations, the cricket collection between Pakistan Military and Sri Lankan Military will show to be a monumental stepping stone for each nations.
The primary match, of the cricket collection, which was performed in Rawalpindi, had gained the Sri Lankan group.
The second match of the collection will likely be performed in Miranshah, which can also be bringing nice pleasure for the folks of that area. The third and last match will likely be performed within the hearts of Lahore.
Chairman, Peshawar Zalmi & Zalmi Basis, Mr Javed Afridi mentioned, “this collection is a step within the optimistic path for each nations. We really feel honoured to turn into a part of this excellent collection and hope to offer help for extra endeavours corresponding to this one. Our purpose is all the time to advertise the optimistic picture of Pakistan on a world stage and we try relentlessly to realize this aim.”
He additional added that the “two cricket loving nations can promote the message of peace via this lovely sport, as we now have seen globally that, sports activities are all the time taking part in an essential position in bringing folks, communities, and nations collectively.”