Imran Khan in an attempt to spread his message and the Pakistani voice across the globe has spoken on many international platforms and now Prime Minister Office (PMO) has launched two new Twitter accounts of Prime Minister Imran Khan in Arabic and Turkish languages for furthering his message.
PMO has announced the creation of these new accounts before PM Imran Khan’s speech scheduled today at the 75th virtual session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
Pakistani Prime Minister #ImranKhan’s office launches new #Twitter handle @ArabicIk to put out news and information about the premier in the #Arabic language || @PakPMO @ImranKhanPTI https://t.co/GHkPuCx9NK
— Arab News Pakistan (@arabnewspk) September 24, 2020
The speech will be uploaded on both Arabic and Turkish Twitter accounts of the premier.
Khan has 12.5 million followers on his official Twitter account and these new accounts will feature videos of Khan’s speeches and interviews along with Arabic messages.
The new Twitter handle @ArabicIk will be featuring all important news in Arabic languages.
PM Khan’s new Twitter handle in Arabic signifies the cordial relations of Pakistan with the Arab countries.
Around 3 million Pakistani expats live and work in Saudi Arabia and UAE is also the second largest labor market for Pakistan workers.
Pakistan being one of the most populated Muslim country enjoys really close ties with the Arab world and these efforts allow his message to have further reach and impact around the world.