Norwegian Pakistan politician to represent Norway in a top European ant-terrorist institution

Abid Qayyum Raja appointed as member of OSCE

Oslo (Bureau Report) A Norwegian Pakistani politician has been appointed as a member of the top European Anti-Terrorist institution “Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe” (OSCE). Abid Qayyum Raja (42) affiliated with liberal party of Norway (Venstre) is currently serving as a member and as well one of four deputy presidents of the Norwegian parliament. OSCE is the world’s largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization and its mandate includes assessing terrorist threats in the OSCE region and supporting member states in developing effective and human rights-based measures against terrorism, issues such…

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Ch Qamar Iqbal congratulates Abid Raja for his election as Vice President of Norwegian’s Parliament

Overseas Tribune Report Pakistan Union Norway’s Chairman Chaudhary Qamar Iqbal congratulated the  Norwegian Pakistani politician Abid Qayyum Raja who was elected as vice-president of Norway’s national parliament two days ago. Ch Qamar Iqbal presents a bouquet to Abid Raja on Pakistan’s Independence ceremony in August 2017: File Photo It is for second time in the history of Norway that a Muslim and an Asian of Pakistani origin became vice-president (equivalent of deputy speaker) of the country’s national parliament. Previously, another Norwegian Pakistani Akhtar Chaudhary had been elected as vice-president in 2009. Raja secured…

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