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January 22, 2020

PABA Chairman greets new elected members of Senate, Congress from Virginia

BURKE, Virginia – Chairman Pakistan American Business Association (PABA). M. Siddique Sheikh, has extended warm facilitation to newly elected members of the Senate and Congress from Virginia. Greeting the new members on their successful election campaign, Mr. Sheikh expressed the hope that they will follow the bipartisan approach in addressing the problems of Virginia and its magnificent diverse community.

He assured to extend all his support to the efforts for the betterment of the state and to help the country achieve its goal. “I would like to make myself available to you if you should need any assistance.” Mr. Sheikh particularly emphasized on making efforts to assuring a friendly business environment in Virginia to encourage new entrants that in turn will help create more job opportunities.

On his part, Mr. Sheikh reiterated that PABA will continue to work to help the Virginian business community and promote mutually beneficial linkages among the companies across the United States. In this regard, he particularly mentioned about the International Business Convention, PABA is planning to host in Washington. D.C. which will bring together businessmen and companies from Pakistan and the United States. He invited all business concerns to make the convention a big success. He also thanked Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States, Jalil Abbas Jilani for his continued support for the convention.

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