Pakistan Uzbekistan News: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has told that his country is going to make a film on Babar in collaboration with Uzbekistan. It has been told necessary for the youth of both the countries.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan
Pakistan Uzbekistan Will Make Film on Babar: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that Islamabad and Tashkent (the capital of Uzbekistan) will make a film on the first Mughal ruler Zahiruddin Babar. So that the youth can be educated about the shared heritage between the two countries. In a joint press conference with the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Imran Khan said, ‘It is very exciting that we have now decided to make a film on Zahiruddin Babri, the first of the great Mughals.’
The prime minister said Babur’s dynasty ruled India for 300 years, when India was considered one of the “richest” places in the world (Islamabad Tashkent Film). Khan said, “I think the youth of Uzbekistan and Pakistan should know about the relationship that has existed between this part of the world and our part of the world for hundreds of years.” He said that he thinks that this film and similar films on Mirza Ghalib, Allama Iqbal and Imam Bukhari will connect the people of both the regions.
the beginning of cultural exchange
The Pakistani PM said, ‘We hope that this will be the beginning of a strong cultural exchange between the two countries. As our countries come closer, I will introduce cricket to the people of Uzbekistan. At the same time, President Mirziyoyev supported Imran Khan’s point and said it is important for the youth of both the countries to know the culture which is related to the time of Babar (Imran Khan on Babar Film). He said that very few youths of the country know that Islamabad has mosques, mausoleums and schools, which were built by the ancestors of that country.
Mirziyoyev wants to go to Pakistan
The President of Uzbekistan said, ‘We can say that this is just a beginning. I look forward to going to Pakistan to see the places where there are signs of our ancestors. Imran Khan wants to improve relations with Uzbekistan with his sweet talk, so that the country’s sinking economy can be supported. Which is being badly affected due to the gray list of FATF (Pakistan Uzbekistan Relations). A rail project will also be worked out between Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan with the aim of increasing trade.
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