Pakistan is one of the largest Muslim people’s nations and the only Islamic country which has Nuclear capability in the world. Pakistan always tries to build close ties with the Arab countries. Because About 3 million Pakistani emigrants live and are employed in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. These Arab countries are the second major industry market for Pakistani laborers. Imran Khan First Prime Minister has an Arabic and Turkish Twitter Account
Recently the Office of Prime Minister (PMO) has introduced two new Twitter accounts of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
One account is specially created for Arab people in Arabic and the other account is for Turkey in their Turkish language.
This is a major effort to spread the PM’s important communications to a broader audience.
The new Twitter social accounts will be highlighting all significant updates in the Arabic language and also the Turkish language.
Imran khan Turkish Twitter
Imran khan Arabic Twitter account
By media details, the Arabic twitter handle was created recently in May 2020 while the other handle of the Turkish language was created in November 2018. These accounts will play the important role of broadcasting speeches and interviews of PM Imran Khan with Arabic and Turkish captions.
Imran Khan’s main (Personal) Twitter handle has more than 12.5 million followers. Besides, The PM Imran Khan has the most fan following by any Pakistani.
Imran Ghazali briefed that the address to the UN General Assembly is translating in Arabic and Turkish language and will be spreading by newly launched accounts. Imran Ghazali currently working in the Information Ministry’s digital media wing as a general manager.
This is the time of the Internet and social media, and we want to use them in multi-languages as well as Arabic and Turkish to spread a positive face of Pakistan in the world,” Imran Ghazali added.
Imran Ghazali further briefed that the group of volunteers is working to operate these accounts. All the speeches and talks were translated into each language and crosscheck before publishing on the social media forums.