World Leaders, ambassadors of different countries have congratulated Imran Khan on becoming the new Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani telephoned PTI Chairman Imran Khan and congratulated him on his victory in Pakistan general elections 2018.

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Ashraf Ghani tweeted, “I just spoke to Imran Khan and congratulated him on the victory in parliamentary elections. We both agreed to overcome the past and to lay a new foundation for a prosperous political, social and economic future of both countries Afghanistan and Pakistan.”

Maldives President Abdulla Yameen also telephoned PTI Chairman Imran Khan and congratulated him on becoming the new Prime Minister of Pakistan The President of Maldives expressed his best wishes for Imran Khan, and Khan thanked him in return.

The Japanese government has also congratulated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on winning Pakistan Elections 2018. Japanese Government hopes to strengthen the relations between the two countries.

Iranian ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost also felicitated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman  Imran Khan on his victory in Pakistan general elections 2018.

In a letter written to Imran Khan, Honardoost said, “Muslim people of Pakistan through their high ambitious turn-out in the elections not only bolstered the democratic pillars but also displayed their willingness to apply their right to self-determination and accomplish progress and development in their country.
Mehdi Honardoost also announced Iran’s readiness for promoting and enhancing all-field cooperation with the new government of Pakistan.

“I pray to Almighty Allah for good health and further success of Your Excellency and Tehreek-e-Insaf as well as welfare and progress of the people of Pakistan.”

Iranian envoy extends felicitations to Imran Khan

Similarly, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki met Imran Khan and congratulated him. Talking about Imran Khan’s speech he termed it as “comprehensive and positive”. Ambassador said that after Imran Khan takes the oath, the Saudi Crown Prince would visit Pakistan.

After elections were conducted in Pakistan on July 25th a statement was issued by the US State Department Spokesperson stating, “As Pakistan’s elected leaders form a new government, the United States will look for opportunities to work with them to advance our goals of security, stability, and prosperity in South Asia.”