Pakistani flag on digital display in Russia, Dubai – Daily Minute Mirror

On Independence Day, Pakistan’s flag was displayed digitally for the first time in Russia. Burj Al Khalifa was also painted in green and white colors.
Pakistan’s 76th Independence Day was celebrated with enthusiasm in other countries of the world other than Pakistan. On this occasion, Pakistanis expressed their love for the country.
The flags of Pakistan and Russia were displayed digitally for the first time on three high-rise buildings in the capital of Russia, Moscow.
The city government of Moscow and the Pakistani embassy had taken steps to display the flags of Pakistan and Russia on the buildings, which is a sign of the strength of the relationship between the two countries.
Along with the flags of the two countries, the names of Pakistan and Russia in Russian and Urdu were also displayed on the buildings.
It should be noted that 75 years of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Russia have been completed, and the display of Pakistan’s flag in Moscow on the night of August 14 is a historic moment.
On the other hand, Burj Al Khalifa, the world’s tallest building in the United Arab Emirates, was also painted in the colors of the national flag this year like every year.
To enjoy this beautiful view, thousands of Pakistanis gathered around the Burj Al Khalifa where they also took pictures and selfie
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