Bilawal Wants To Nominate Me Ambassador For Pakistani Mangoes, Says Prime Minister Of Luxembourg

Bilawal Wants To Nominate Me Ambassador For Pakistani Mangoes, Says Prime Minister Of Luxembourg
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto's visit to Davos, Switzerland, is crucial in terms of Pakistan's viewpoint with regard to the economy, but it has also proved to be worthwhile in terms of a local product – mangoes.

It came as the foreign minister took to his Twitter to narrate how he "bumped into" Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg and his fondness for Pakistani mangoes.

"Really happy to have bumped into PM @Xavier_Bettel of Luxembourg at Davos who has a special message for everyone about Pakistani Mangoes!," Bilawal posted on the micro-blogging platform.

"I’ve been on a mission to prove our mangos are the best in the world. Happy to report the PM is a huge fan of our mangoes," he added.

The WEF's 53rd annual conference (Jan 16-20) aims to reaffirm the value and importance of dialogue and public-private cooperation to navigate the current crises but to ensure long-term change in this regard.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the son of the late Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and President Asif Ali Zardari, has started playing an increasingly positive role as foreign minister of Pakistan. Since taking on this role last year, Bhutto has worked to improve Pakistan’s relationships with other countries and to promote the country’s interests on the global stage.

One of Bhutto’s key achievements has been his efforts to improve relations between Pakistan and its neighbours. Bhutto has worked to strengthen ties with countries in the region, including India, Afghanistan and Iran, in an effort to promote regional stability and cooperation. He has also played a key role in facilitating peace talks between various Afghan factions and the Afghan Taliban, and has worked to build bridges between the two sides.

In addition to his efforts to improve relations with neighbouring countries, Bhutto has also worked to enhance Pakistan’s relationships with major powers. He has met with leaders from a number of countries, including China, the United States and Russia, in an effort to promote cooperation and strengthen ties. Bhutto has also been a vocal advocate for Pakistan’s interests on the global stage, and has worked to ensure that the country’s voice is heard on a range of international issues.