German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler on Monday bid farewell to the nation as his tenure in office neared its completion.
In a video message on Twitter, that Kobler said would unfortunately be his last, the ambassador said that he would now visit Pakistan as an ordinary tourist.
Have a look at my farewell video message for all of you!! Thank you all for your hospitality and respect!! Will keep you in my heart— Bernhard Schlagheck (@GermanyinPAK) April 8, 2019
میرا یہ الوداعی ویڈیو پیغام، آپ سب کیلئے!! آپ لوگوں کی مہمان نوازی اور احترام کے لئے آپ سب کا مشکور ہوں!! آپ کو اپنے دل میں رکھوں گا pic.twitter.com/NtS4MRtsPY
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"I spent two of the most wonderful years here in Pakistan, professionally rewarding, but also in my private life to have discovered so many beauties of your country," he said while addressing Pakistanis, giving the people of the country a special mention.
"I am confident that Pakistan will make its way to peace and prosperity," he continued while wishing the nation a good future.
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In a parting message, he said that he would be leaving "with a very sad heart".
Kobler, in a meeting with President Arif Alvi on Tuesday, commended his vision on research and artificial intelligence.
Honoured to bid farewell to president @ArifAlvi, lively discussion on how to make #Pakistan fit for 21st century. His vision on research and artificial intelligence was thought provoking.— Bernhard Schlagheck (@GermanyinPAK) April 9, 2019
Thank you for your hospitality!!! pic.twitter.com/xGFtTBvMWl
The German envoy thanked the president and the Pakistani people for their hospitality.
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