Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Attiya Mahmood expressed his admiration for the harmony of Balinese people and the harmony is maintained in the background of a heterogeneous population.
In a meeting with Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika in Denpasar, on Monday, said that although the communities of the island have different religions, ethnicities, and visited by many foreign tourists and domestic, can still coexist peacefully.
In addition, she also expressed his admiration to Bali as a destination that is already famous in the world.
“In Pakistan, Bali is very famous, many Pakistanis who visit Bali and a lot of people are married to Balinese,” she said.
According to her, it is a good relationship and a good relationship can be expected to continue to exists.
Attiya expressed enthusiasm to open consulate in Bali, but it was still a consideration of the necessary funds for this purpose.
Meanwhile, Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastikawas very proud of the praise and will continue to maintain the security and comfort of the community and the tourists who visit the island.
Pastika also welcomed travelers from Pakistan who want to visit Bali at once if there is a will of the Embassy of Pakistan to open a Consulate General in Denpasar.