Highest award for Imran


Pakistan and the Bahrain share the most cordial brotherly relations that are firmly rooted in history. Both countries enjoy the best relations based on Islamic brotherhood and solidarity. These relations are very strong and unshakable and both are cooperating with each other in every field at all levels.


The close geographical proximity and the presence of a large number of Pakistanis in Bahrain ensure the growth of socio-economic ties continue to grow. The People of Pakistan and Bahrain are closely connected through faith, cultural, family and economic ties and feel proud to see stability, progress and prosperity in each other’s countries.


This relationship has been increased many folds during the era of the PTI government. Prime Minister Imran Khan has been conferred upon the highest civil award of Bahrain during his trip to the Gulf country. The award was granted by King of Bahrain Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa at an impressive ceremony in Manama on Monday. The Bahraini King personally received Imran Khan when he arrived at Sakhir Palace. The prime minister also participated in the National Day celebrations of Bahrain as the guest of honor. This is his first visit to Bahrain since he assumed office.


The premier also held a meeting with Crown Prince Salman during which discussions were held on Pakistan-Bahrain bilateral issues and the regional situation. Multiple Memorandums of Understanding were also signed in the fields of higher education, scientific research, sports and medical sciences during the current visit of Imran Khan. The visit will enable the two sides to explore ways and means to further deepen bilateral trade and investment ties and it will impart a strong impetus to both sides’ endeavors to forge a closer, multifaceted bilateral relationship.

Such practices of public diplomacy create good image of both countries in the eyes of their people and help states to show the soft image to world. A combination of cultural and public diplomacy is not only a powerful tool that can improve public image but can also help in bringing economic investment and tourism opportunities in the country.

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