Seoul Police laud Jamaat’s efforts during Covid-19

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Dr Tariq Shamim Khwaja, National President Jamaat South Korea

Chief of Foreign Affairs at Seodaemun Police Station along with fellow officers visited the Seoul mission house of the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya.

The purpose of this visit was to express their gratitude for cooperation during Covid-19 crisis.

They gifted 50 facemasks and informative brochures to the community.

In response, National President of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya South Korea also presented a gift bag containing the book World Crisis and the Pathway to Peace as a gesture of appreciation and to praise the exceptional and benevolent attitude of the Korean authorities during the crisis.

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