World Lauds PM Khan’s Peace Efforts

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Prime Minister of Pakistan on Thursday made the announcement of releasing the captured Indian pilot Wing Commander—Abhinandan Varthaman on Friday as a peace gesture.

The pilot was apprehended by the Pakistani forces after his plane was downed on Wednesday.

The decision of PM Khan to release the pilot is getting huge laud and appreciation throughout the world. People are appreciating the peace efforts that PM Khan is trying to make for settling this entire issue.

The Indian cricketer-turned-politician—Navjot Singh Sidhu has highly welcomed the decision of Imran Khan. He was suspended from an Indian Comedy show over his remarks on Pulwama attack.

He took it to Twitter to express the joy he feels on PM Khan’s decision.

The former wife of the PM Pakistan Jemima Goldsmith also lauded the efforts of Imran Khan for bringing peace and serenity in the region. She expressed her appreciation of the decision by using a clap emoji.

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According to sources, there was a telephonic contact between PM Khan and the President of Turkey–Recep Tayyip Erdogan. They exchanged views on the tensions between Pakistan-India.

Sources informed that the Turkish President appreciated PM Khan for his peace efforts and dialogues that Pakistan has offered to India.

On Thursday the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces—Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan talked to PM Imran in mid of the tensions with India.

During the conversation, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi lauded PM Khan on his speech and appreciated his willingness for resolving issues peacefully.

Indeed this is a tough time for Pakistan, but the nation stands united under sensible leadership.

Imran Khan has proved during this span that Pakistan made a good choice when it opted for him to be the PM of Pakistan.

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