Pakistan’s sweetheart and German Ambassador Martin Kobler is a favourite personality among people due to his pro-Pakistan statements and advocacy of the country. He has always made exemplary efforts and has used his influence to speak on sensitive matters of national significance.
Days after he used his social media platform to bring people’s attention towards the use of helmet and road safety, Martin is now showing his support and appreciation for Pakistan Post.
The new incumbent government has taken significant steps to improve the department. With digitalising it to bring it at par with the modern business and service standards of the present time, the government representatives claim the service provision to be revived and better than ever. But how much truth in these claims? A lot, says German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler.
He used the service himself and was thoroughly impressed. Impressed and optimistic after hearing the new advancements by the department, Martin sent gits to Berlin.
He shared his thoughts on Twitter saying he decided to use the service to send a little gift to his family back home.
“Great to hear that Pakistan Post has become reliable & delivers fast now. so just sent a small gift to my family in Berlin.” – he wrote.
great to hear that Pakistan Post has become reliable & delivers fast now. so just sent a small gift to my family in Berlin. thank you for the service and friendly staff at the post office @MuradSaeedPTI 👀 pic.twitter.com/02lo2Xghy9
— German Embassy Islamabad (@GermanyinPAK) January 21, 2019
The social media community also reacted to his tweet.
His excellency you are Ambassador of Germany but Doing very appreciable Role to Highlight positivity of Pakistan 🇵🇰 Sir we are Obliged by your this gesture—-THANKS SIR
— Fayaz Ahmad (@Fayaz_A_Sheikh) January 21, 2019
breath of fresh air👏👏👏👏
Go higher and higher @MuradSaeedPTI
— malik ehsaan🇵🇰🇵🇰🇵🇰 (@malikehsaan40) January 21, 2019
Wao , a remarkable comment from a remarkable man
— aemon khan (@aemonkhan) January 21, 2019
Our minister for postel services is proud of nation and nation is behind him. We fully support him and his team for this achievements as you acknowledged
— Haji Aman Ullah Saifi (@hajiaman1) January 21, 2019
You are true Pakistani, Germany is ur 2nd home. Proud of you Sir
— Attique Ur Rehman (@aiqsunny23) January 21, 2019
ٹویٹ کو عمر چیمہ، اعزاز سید، مطیع اللہ جان ، گل بخاری، طلعت حسین، عائشہ اعجاز خان کی پہنچ سے دور رکھیں ۔ان کو زیادہ تکلیف ہو تو مریم نواز سے رجوع کریں
— Faheem Tanoli (@FaheemTanoli) January 22, 2019
It gladdens me to see Pakistan Post prosperous.
— Ambitious (@ambitious_821) January 21, 2019
Thank you Martin for promoting the positive image of Pakistan. Will also appreciate if you can further share about the delivery time if the parcel reaches to your family within committed time.
— Muhammad Abaidullah (@abaid38) January 21, 2019
We are so grateful to you being helpful and advertising our institutions at an international level.
— shoaib younis (@shoaibyounis9) January 21, 2019
I am sad that one day you will leave Pakistan after retirement. I admire foreigners like you to stay here for whole life. You have just mingled with us. #LOVE
— FIDA (@fi_da_Khattak93) January 21, 2019
یا اللہ یہ سب کیا ہو رہا ہے،ہر طرف سے خبریں آ رہی ہیں کہ لگتا ہے کہ ادارے اب کام کرنا شروع ہو گے ہیں۔
یا اللہ پاکستان اور عمران خان کو نظر بد سے بچانا۔
صرف چند ماہ پٹواریوں کے منہ اگر بند رہ سکیں تو یہ سب کام پُر سکون ماحول میں ہو سکیں گے۔
شیخ رشیدبھی حساب پیش کریں
— saeed ahmed from jhelum (@JhelumNative) January 21, 2019
He also appreciated Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed for his efforts and the staff for the friendly and cooperative customer service experience.
Pakistan Post has taken a new direction, giving private postal services a run for their money. With 12-hour delivery service, 48 hours export delivery service in minimal rates for small traders, application to track down parcels and home pick up facility, the department is a setting a new history.
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