Bilawal trolls PM Imran for mixing up historical facts on Japan and Germany border

12:29 PM | 23 Apr, 2019
Bilawal trolls PM Imran for mixing up historical facts on Japan and Germany border
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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto mocked the prime minister, calling it very embarrassing after the Prime Minister Imran Khan mixed up some historical facts.

While addressing a joint press conference with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the premier, while giving an example of how two countries set up joint industries at the border region to improve economic ties after the war, mentioned Germany and Japan instead of Germany and possibly France.

In a tweet, Bilawal Wrote: “our Prime Minister thinks that Germany & Japan share a border. How embarrassing, this is what happenes when you @UniofOxford let people in just because they can play cricket.”

While giving an example of how two countries set up joint industries at the border region to improve economic ties after the war, Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned Germany and Japan instead of Germany and France.

“The more trade you have with each other your ties automatically become stronger…Germany and Japan killed millions of their civilians until after the Second World War when they both decided to have joint industries on their border regions,” the prime minister was recorded as saying.

This went viral on social media and people trolled the prime minister for saying that Japan and Germany share a border, ultimately raising questions over his Oxford degree.

Prime Minister Imran Khan is in Iran on a two-day official visit on the invitation of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.