ISLAMABAD - Pugilists from different countries are enjoying the joint training camp set by the Pakistan Boxing Federation (PBF) here at Pakistan Sports Complex for preparation of second Benazir Bhutto Boxing Championship to be held here from December 20-30. Boxers and officials from teams of Kenya, Nepal and Sri Lanka expressed delight to be a part of this joint training camp as some of them have visited Pakistan for the first time, the PBF spokesman said.. Kenyan coach Patrick Maiwa, who has been here with ten boxers and four officials said: Visting Pakistan is a great honour for me. I am confident for our chances in the event and we are working hard to get gold medals in the event, he added. The Kenyan coach said that he and his team were enjoying every bit of their stay in Pakistan but expressed that the weather over here is very cold. Pakistani people are very friendly and loving. I am feeling like I am at home, he added. Manager Nepalese Boxing team Kiran Sarista said that he is completely satisfied with the security arrangements over here. Our seven boxers are participating in the championship and have come to Islamabad for the first time. My family was concerned about me when I was coming to Pakistan but after coming here I felt much secured, he said. He expressed that his team aims to get 2 to 3 gold medals in the championship.