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What was Prime Minister Shehbaz’s statement to the Arab journalist in Arabic?

A viral video captured Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif engaging in Arabic conversation with an Arab journalist, leaving many curious about the content of their exchange.

The anchor from Al Arabiya News expressed gratitude to the Prime Minister, stating, “I am grateful to you,” prompting a prompt response from the Prime Minister.

In his interaction with the female anchor, the Prime Minister aimed to convey the charm and distinctiveness of Pakistan as a country.

Additionally, the Prime Minister inquired whether this was the anchor’s inaugural visit to Pakistan, to which she responded affirmatively. Subsequently, the PM encouraged her to extend her stay in the country.

He transitioned to Arabic to express his admiration for Islamabad, describing it as a picturesque city with invigorating air.

The Prime Minister also informed her that Murree, a renowned tourist spot, is located just a few kilometers away and is a magnificent destination.

The anchor echoed the Prime Minister’s recommendation, affirming his perspective.

On social media, users responded to the video. One user noted the Prime Minister of Pakistan’s proficiency in speaking more than four languages.

Another user humorously observed that the Prime Minister has begun tallying the prices of food staples, such as ghee, oil, and chicken.

Although many users showed support and admiration for the video clip, some also voiced criticism.

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