Pakistan Embassy in Washington will be sold, the first of the two big candidates to buy is an Israeli Jew and the second is an Indian
Pakistan Embassy in Washington is selling a building that housed the nation’s defense department from the middle of the 1950s to the beginning of the 2000s, says report
A large part of Pakistan embassy in Washington is going to be sold. For this, the bid process ie auction process has started. The interesting thing is that the two biggest bids received to buy the defense section of the embassy. both belong to Pakistan’s enemy countries. These two countries are Israel and India. The Jewish group of Israel has made a bid of 6.8 million dollars. The second highest bidder is an Indian. He has offered to buy the building for $5 million.
Pakistan Embassy in Washington Deal
The news of selling the building of Pakistan Embassy in Washington has been disclosed by the Pakistani newspaper The Dawn. He has published a report in this regard quoting embassy officials. An officer said, apart from a Jew, an Indian, the third bid has been made by a person of Pakistan origin for $ 4 million. We will sell the building to the highest bidder. Anyway, this process is adopted in auction. It should not bother us as to who the buyer is and what is his motive for buying this property.
“We should follow this tradition, also because it will create a lot of goodwill in an influential American community. which wants to use it as a place of worship,” a Pakistani realtor reportedly said.
Embassy officials in Washington are consulting
The diplomatic complex on R Street NW in Washington, DC, has never undergone renovation. In order to determine whether the building should be sold as is or after some renovations, embassy officials in Washington. They are consulting an appraiser, according to the report. The official of the embassy said, “We are in no rush, and we will conclude a deal only if it benefits Pakistan.” The sale has been authorized by the national cabinet.
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