Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of Pakistan
Ambassador Javed Malik serves as Prime Minister’s Special Envoy
for Overseas Investment with the Government of Pakistan.
In this capacity his work focuses on economic and trade
diplomacy aimed at highlighting business, trade and investment
opportunities in Pakistan. He also advises g and assists Prime
Minister Nawaz Sharif on matters relating to international
relations, trade and encouraging investment into Pakistan.
This is Ambassador Javed Malik’s second diplomatic appointment
and he previously also served as Pakistan’s Ambassador at Large
between 2008-2011 and worked closely with the Prime Minister
and Foreign Minister of Pakistan on various aspects of diplomacy
and galvanizing international support for Pakistan by reaching out
to Friends of Pakistan and Overseas Pakistanis. He also participated in official Presidential and Prime Ministerial delegations and took part in summit level talks as well as various international forums with or on behalf of the Prime Minister and government of Pakistan.
As Prime Minister’s Special Envoy, Ambassador Javed Malik works closely with individuals and organizations internationally to promote the business, trade and investment opportunities in Pakistan, represents the Prime Minister at international forums as well as works closely with over 6 Million Pakistan expatriates living across the globe.
In addition to his work with government, Ambassdor Javed Malik is a distinguished writer and television personality with a keen interest in international affairs and diplomacy.
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