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Ceremonial Welcome for the President of Pakistan

New Zealand Defence Force
Te Ope Kaatua O Aotearoa
Media Advisory
Friday 17 June, 2005

Ceremonial Welcome for the President of Pakistan


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NZ Defence Image (by AC Rachael Main): Ceremonial Welcome at Government House For His Exellency Mr P.Musharaff, the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

A 100-person tri-service Guard of Honour from the New Zealand Defence Force has welcomed His Excellency P. Musharaff, President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, at Government House in Auckland.

The NZDF Maori Cultural Group conducted a powhiri, while a Presidential 21-gun salute was fired by Navy personnel within Government House grounds.

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