A delegation of social and human rights activists will visit France to share their experience and to get new insights into domestic violence in Pakistan. According to sources, two social and human rights Activists will visit Paris and Brussels from 24th – 30th April to attend the events and meet representatives from different public bodies, representatives of non-governmental organizations and civil society working in the area of violence against women, children, among others. General Secretary of the Pak Youth Peach Foundation’s office said that that it will be a valuable opportunity to meet with French officials and head of the organizations to discuss and share issues on the children and women of Pakistan. It says during the meeting it will highlight the pertaining issue on domestic violence, education, right to safe motherhood, reproductive health, Acid attack, Civil and political rights, etc. Social and Human Rights Activists who represent and work for different organizations as Vice President of the Research Center of Civil Law and General Secretary of the Pak Youth Peach Foundation will return to Pakistan 30th April on completion of the visit. The foreign relations between Pakistan and France were first established on 31 July 1951 when the two sides agreed to open embassy services in. Ever since the establishment of diplomatic relations, Pakistan and France have enjoyed good, friendly and cordial relations. The first trade agreement was signed in 1966, and Pakistan is currently ranked as 65th import partner of France.