December 17, 2014| Press Releases|
Ms. Seema Naqvi, a BS-22 officer of the Foreign Service of Pakistan, who was serving in the Ministry as Special Secretary, passed away on 15 December, 2014.
Ms. Seema Naqvi was wife of the former Foreign Secretary and Caretaker Foreign Minister, Mr. Inam-ul-Haq.
The deceased officer was an accomplished diplomat. She joined the Foreign Service of Pakistan in 1980. During her 34 years long career, she held many important assignments. She served as Pakistan’s Ambassador to Egypt and Additional Foreign Secretary for Middle East and Africa. Earlier, she worked at the Headquarters as Director General (Policy Planning), Director, Foreign Service Academy, and Project Director, Sheikh Zaid International School.
Ms. Naqvi took keen interest in charitable activities. She remained President of Pakistan Foreign Office Women Association (PFOWA). In that capacity, she supervised various philanthropic endeavors of the organization with dedication and vigor.
She will be remembered by her colleagues as a committed and upright officer.
17 December, 2014
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