”Leaving Pakistan with a very sad heart” – German Ambassador Martin Kobler

Very popularly followed and loved German Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler bid his final farewell to the nation in a heartfelt video message on Monday, as his tenure heads towards the completion. Within a short span of two years, he made an irreplaceable place in people’s hearts.

His interest in Pakistan’s domestic affairs and trying to use his influence for better and impact positively has truly become an inspiration. Dressed in shalwar kameez or flaunting the sherwani, enjoying desi food or appreciating the truck art – Kobler’s love for Pakistani culture touched everyone.

Hence, bidding farewell is not very easy – neither for people nor for him. 

He opens the video message saying that this, unfortunately, will be his last video message but he will continue to visit Pakistan as an ordinary tourist.

“I spent two of the most wonderful years here in Pakistan, professionally rewarding, but also in my private life to have discovered so many beauties of your country” – he said, particularly speaking about the people and the love they showed towards him. 


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He wished the country a good future and said he is confident that good times will come.

“I am confident that Pakistan will make its way to peace and prosperity” – he said. 

In his final message, he said he is leaving the country with a very sad and heavy heart.

Later in a meeting with President Alvi, Kobler also appreciated his vision on artificial intelligence. 

”Honoured to bid farewell to president @ArifAlvi, lively discussion on how to make fit for 21st century. His vision on research and artificial intelligence was thought-provoking. Thank you for your hospitality!!!” – he said. 

People of Pakistan also left some touching messages on his farewell video.

 

 

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