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Discussion in 'Social & Current Events' started by Zarvan, Jan 24, 2018.
These poors sufferd alot and still suffering.
Brought tears to my eyes.
Long live Imran khan.
400x25 =10,000/ mnth. These people fall under extreme poverty, who can't afford to have lowest minimum wage which is 15,000/mnth. Though the situation is dire, but at-least it's not as bad as India whose 55 million population is under extreme poverty. I think with time, these things will be catered, once more investment and job opportunities happen in Pakistan. Combating extreme poverty in Pakistan is not a big task because only 2-5 million fall in that category but combating normal poverty, which probably 50 million(29% of total population) people suffer because of that would be a huge task. But all in all that still isn't as bad it is India, whose normal poverty figures are about 300 M (22% of total population)
I like this German ambassador, this is how to represent your country
The German ambassador really appreciates Pakistan and it's culture. He also congratulated the West Indies women's cricket team on their arrival to Pak.
Martin Kobler (born 1953 in Stuttgart) is a German career diplomat who is the current German Ambassador to Pakistan. He also served as Special Representative, Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya from November 4th 2015 to June 22nd of 2017.  He also previously served as Special Representative for the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Head of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in June 2013. In this capacity, he headed more than 20,000 peacekeepers in the country.
MARTIN KOBLER, German Ambassador Shares "Meals" With Homeless In a Shelter Home
He is a fun loving guy, though i hope he plays more role in increasing German investment in Pakistan.
Thanks for posting these pictures---. This man has a lots of character---.
I love and respect this guy.
This guy is treating his ambassador-ship as a long paid vacation.
Good on him, big fan of the guy. Shows Pakistan in a positive light. Would love if he convinces German companies to invest in the country.
While Pakistan has a lot of diversity in its socioeconomic demographic, westerners tend to focus only the fraction where we have some room for improvement. They should keep a balance and show the prosperous side of Pakistan in a reasonable proportion as well in my humble opinion.
Compare him to "garden mein saria" Pakistani ambassadors
ISLAMABAD: German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler has appreciated the efficient service of the Pakistan Post on delivering his gift to his family in Berlin.
He sent the gift from Islamabad with an unregistered mail for just Rs 200 and it arrived Berlin just in seven days, according to his tweet, which went viral on social media. It has so far garnered around 7,000 likes and nearly 2,000 retweets in addition to over 100 comments.
“Remember i sent a gift to my family in Berlin with unregistered mail for just 200pkr? Enthusiastic, that it arrived just in 7 days! AMAZING, RELIABLE SERVICE!!
Remember i sent a gift to my family in Berlin with unregistered mail for just 200pkr?
Enthusiastic, that it arrived just in 7 days!
AMAZING, RELIABLE SERVICE!!@MuradSaeedPTI@ImranKhanPTI@pid_gov @fawadchaudhry
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He praised the efforts of the Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed to improve the service of the Pakistan postal service.
The federal minister has recently launched an app to track parcels. He remarked that e-commerce, logistic service, and tracking service will revolutionise the entire system.
Earlier, the government launched ‘same-day delivery’ service for 25 cities to revamp the Pakistan Post.