Prime Minister Imran Khan was showered with respect and honour throughout his two-day visit to Sri Lanka, but what has really surprised and warmed the hearts of many a Pakistani, is a special documentary played in his honour.
It was played at a ceremony for Sri Lanka's High Performance Sports Complex, which was inaugurated by the premier.
The prime minister shared the film on Twitter and Instagram, which fondly recalls his cricketing days and shares how the island nation has always admired his "visionary leadership".
It also shares a few fond words from Srilankan cricketers who knew him.
During his two-day visit which cemented ties between both countries and furthered avenues of cooperation in various fields, PM Imran Khan allocated a fund of Rs52 million for the development of sport and sporting infrastructure in the country and a 100 scholarships in the field of medicine were also announced for Srilankan students.
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