Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ranked second most searched United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) leader on Google.
Google Trends has released the most searched leaders’ list. Imran Khan has beaten Indian Prime Minister by three places, who stood at fifth place.
The five most searched UNGA leaders were US President Donald Trump, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
It is pertinent to mention here that Boris Johnson came under fire from environmental groups for not doing enough for the protection of the Amazon rainforest.
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Google Trends tweeted, “Here are the most searched #UNGA leaders.”
During a recent meeting, the US president praised Prime Minister Imran calling him a “great leader”, a “good man” and a “good athlete”.
Furthermore, Trump said, “many countries wanted to meet with me and we were unable to meet with them”.
Adding, “I will tell you this: You have a great leader. He’s a good man, a nice man. Happens to be a great athlete.”
At UN General Assembly session, Prime Minister Imran Khan will give an address on 27th September.