Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto was caught smoking in Davos, Switzerland. He was recently in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum conference.
Video of him smoking outside the restaurant made rounds on social media. The video made rounds on social media. Bilawal was seen dressed in a black coat and smoking outside the hotel. The person who shared the video says two guards were seen protecting him.
Earlier, a video of Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari promoting Pakistani mangoes with the PM of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel had gone viral on social media.
Bilawal shared the video with Xavier Bettel in which he said that the latter is fond of Pakistani mangoes. The foreign minister said that he is in Davos for the World Economic Forum and bumped into Xavier Bettel.
Adding that he had sent Pakistani mangoes to Luxembourg last year and would like to have Bettel’s view on mangoes. The Luxembourg premier said that he loves Pakistani mangoes but turned out the request of FM Bilawal Bhutto to become the ambassador of Pakistani mangoes in Luxembourg. He said he is still the prime minister of Luxembourg and cannot take up another job.
Bilawal Bhutto smoking in Davos. pic.twitter.com/Bd3WISEV3s
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Bilawal Bhutto shared the video on his Twitter account with the caption: “Really happy to have bumped into PM @Xavier_Bettel of Luxembourg at Davos. Who has a special message for everyone about Pakistani Mangoes? I’ve been on a mission to prove our mangos are the best in the world. Happy to report the PM is a huge fan of our mangoes.”
The video garnered mixed responses from netizens; they asked him to invite the Prime Minister of Luxembourg to his hometown Larkana. Several users asked what has Bilawal Bhutto achieved for Pakistan with these expensive foreign trips. Others opined that this is not the right time to engage in banter and trivialities with international dignitaries at global events like World Economic Forum when the country is juggling a serious economic and financial crisis.