Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdul Aziz have wished Prime Minister Imran Khan permanent health and wellness and a speedy recovery from Covid-19. According to the official Saudi News agency, the messages of good health by the Saudi top leadership were sent through a cable. In a letter, Premier of the State Council of China Li Keqiang has wished a speedy recovery to Prime Minister Imran Khan. This was stated was by the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong in a tweet today (Monday). The ambassador said that Premier Li Keqiang is confident that Pakistan will definitely achieve victory over the pandemic under the leadership of Imran Khan.
President of Maldives Ibrahim Mohamed Solih said “I pray to Almighty Allah for your speedy recovery”. President World Economic Forum Borge Brende wishing PM Khan a full recovery said “Let’s fight pandemic together”.
The diplomats in Pakistan also expressed their good wishes for the health of PM Imran Khan.
Saudi ambassador Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki prayed for PM Khan’s speedy recovery.
Chinese ambassador Nong Rong in his tweet wished the Prime Minister “complete recovery from COVID-19”.
The Embassy of the United States in Islamabad said “Our thoughts are with him and his family”. Australian High Commission Dr Geoffrey Shaw said “My thoughts and prayers are with the PM and all those affected by the coronavirus around the country”.
United Kingdom’s High Commissioner Christian Turner wished “recovery & Shifa” to the Prime Minister.
Somalian Ambassador Khadija Al-Makhzoumi wished “good health Inshallah” to PM Imran Khan.
The embassy of Qatar in Islamabad in the Urdu tweet conveyed best wishes for PM Khan.
Iranian envoy Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini said “May Allah give you early recovery along with First Lady”.
Ambassador of Denmark Lis Rosenholm wished PM Khan a speedy recovery termed COVID-19 a “battle we all continue to fight”.
Norway’s ambassador Kjell-Gunnar Eriksen tweeted best wishes for the Prime Minister’s health.
Turkish envoy Mustafa Yardakul prayed for PM Khan’s speedy recovery. The embassy of France wished PM Khan a “prompt and full recovery”.Malaysian High Commissioner Ikram Mohammad Ibrahim said he joined the Pakistani nation in praying for PM Khan’s early recovery.
German ambassador Bernhard Schlagheck said his “thoughts and prayers are with him and his family”.
European Union’s ambassador in Pakistan Androulla Kaminara wished “good health” to the Prime Minister. Switzerland’s ambassador Benedict de Cerjat wished Prime Minister Imran Khan a speedy recovery.
The embassy of Belgium in Islamabad wishing the Prime Minister a speedy recovery expressed gratitude to “all frontline and health workers for their commitment during the last 13 months”.