As Pakistani High Commissioner Tariq Azim Khan anticipates his departure from Ottawa, he speaks on his country's recent election, its former prime minister's jailing, and relations with Canada.
Pakistani High Commissioner Tariq Azim Khan, a political appointee, is likely headed home following the election of a new party last month, but said it will be a while yet for that transition to occur. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
With a new government forming in Pakistan, High Commissioner Tariq Azim Khan, a political appointee, said he will likely be headed home.
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