Prince William and Kate Middleton leave the Royal tour to Pakistan


Принц Уильям и Кейт Миддлтон отправляются в королевский тур в Пакистан

Принц Уильям и Кейт Миддлтон отправляются в королевский тур в Пакистан
Why Royal tour Kate Middleton and Prince William in Pakistan is their biggest challenge?
“What is happening in Pakistan is important not only for the UK, this is one of the most important in relations with the world, says a senior source. Kate Middleton and Prince William will have to show all their diplomatic skills and charm, when they will travel to Pakistan next week.
The Royal couple have already visited around the world: Australia, Germany, Singapore, Canada and the United States ( listed only the main of those places that they have visited since their wedding in 2011), but their five-day tour to Pakistan was named as their press Secretary as “the most difficult” tour ever for reasons of security and logistics. Members of the Royal family will have to use all his skill to communicate with
senior officials, continuing to delve into the issues they address, such as child development and to improve the climate.

Принц Уильям и Кейт Миддлтон отправляются в королевский тур в ПакистанThe Royal parents, who will travel without children: 6-year-old Prince George, a 4 year old Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, was invited to visit Pakistan from 14 to 18 October the British government to help strengthen the bond between the two countries and their peoples.
Royal and diplomatic sources confirm that the history of centuries, gave rise to a huge number of ties between the peoples and governments of both countries.

In the UK 1.5 million people have family ties with Pakistan. And since then, as Pakistan gained independence from British rule in 1947, he was a member of the Commonwealth of 53 countries who share the British link.

37-year-old Prince William will represent his grandmother Queen Elizabeth-who was a regular visitor to the country during her reign more than 65 years. And a large part of the tour will bring echoes of his late mother Princess Diana, who twice visited Pakistan in the last year of his life – and was invited by the Queen to make a solo trip in 1991.



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