BERLIN: The German government, in a statement issued with reference to July 25 general elections, said that it is “ready to work and confidently” with the leadership of a new leader, a spokesman for the country’s Foreign Ministry.
The German Foreign Office spokesperson said that their country is looking forward to “accomplishing these tasks in these tasks”, referring to the newly-elected Pakistani government.
The Berlin government appreciates the second time the democratic transition of government in Pakistan, the statement added.
The Election Commission of Pakistan declared Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf in the lead with 116 out of 269 seats after the National Assembly and the counting of two days. Berlin: A statement issued in a statement issued by the German government, a July 25 general election, said it was “ready to work closely and confidently with the new leadership, according to a spokesman for the country’s Foreign Ministry.” “.
The German Foreign Office spokesman said that these countries “hope to help them” in fulfilling these tasks, referring to the newly elected government.
The statement further added that the Berlin government administered government democracy in Pakistan for the second time.
The Election Commission of Pakistan has declared Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), in which more than 116 election results came in 269 seats in the National Assembly, and later two days were counted.
In addition to the concerns made by the European Election Observation Mission, as the restrictions on media freedom before the elections, the German Foreign Office stressed that “All allegations of unrest were investigated.” Should.”
The UN team leader Michael Goharer said in a press conference held in Islamabad, “The overall evaluation of the electoral process is that it is not as good as it was  in 2013.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan announced his first speech to the nation and announced his success on Thursday. Khan used to talk about future plans and how his party is going to deal with serious issues facing Pakistan.
Germany is believed that the new government will face major challenges, which will help improve the conditions of life of all Pakistanis, to combat corruption and to strengthen regional stability.
Therefore, “The new government is prepared by Germany to work closely with Pakistan and to help them meet these tasks.”
In addition, in response to the concerns by the European Union’s Election Observation Mission, such as the media on freedom of election on the restrictions, the German Foreign Office emphasized that “all allegations of irregularities should be investigated”.
Michael Gahler, a member of the EU team, said earlier in a press conference, “Our overall assessment of the election process is that it is not as good as  in 2013.”
On Thursday, Prime Minister-elect Imran Khan made his first speech to the nation and declared his party victorious. Khan talked about the future plans and how his party is going to deal with serious issues of Pakistan.
Germany understands that the new government will face great challenges, which include the improvement of living conditions of all Pakistanis, corruption combating and regional stability.
Therefore, “Germany is by and ready to work closely and confidently with the new Pakistani government and to help them in these tasks,” the Foreign Office said.