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French people in Pakistan

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French people in Pakistan

French people in Pakistan
Total population
Regions with significant populations
Islamabad · Karachi
French · Urdu
Christianity · Islam

There are a small number of French people in Pakistan, consisting mostly of expatriates, employees, French spouses married to Pakistanis and French people of Pakistani descent who moved back into the country. There are over 4000 French expatriates in Pakistan.[1] French nationals are working in various branches of Alliance Française in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad for promotion of French culture and language while also teaching French as a second language to the locals. They are also working as visiting faculties in educational institutes such as Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design.

Notable people

See also


  1. ^ JP
  2. ^ French novelist wants no govt patronage for writers, Daily Times (Pakistan)

External links

  • Comment: High cuisine in Karachi
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