Russian President Vladimir Putin met Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. During this meeting, a difficult opportunity came to the fore for the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shabahaj Sharif, which was seen asking for help in front of Putin. The translator on Shahbaz Sharif’s ear was falling repeatedly, after which he said ‘Will someone help me?’ After that, he became a laughing stock for the people in Pakistani media, and also on social media, netizens made fun of Pak PM.

While Putin and Sharif were to have a meeting. Both the leaders sat face to face for talks. Because Putin speaks and understands Russian, a translator is needed. Putin immediately put the translator to his ear and started speaking. But during this, the translator of Shahbaz Sharif fell from his ear. He tried to install it several times but he could not apply the translator to his ear.

Will someone please assist me, Shahbaz Sharif said when it was difficult for him to put a translator on his ear. A Pakistani army officer went to Sharif during this time and placed a translator in his ear. Putin pulled the translator from his ear and taught how to properly install the device to the army officer when Sharif’s translator fell as soon as the Russian President began to speak once more. The second time around, his translator was discovered.

Shahbaz Sharif and Putin spoke about a wide range of subjects. However, the gas pipeline to Pakistan continued to be a significant problem. According to Putin, Pakistan might receive gas through the pipeline. He said that the required infrastructure was already in place. In reality, Pakistan experiences a wintertime gas scarcity each year. Gas from Russia is a major demand for Pakistan in this circumstance.

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