ISLAMABAD: Felicitating New Zealand rudimentaire Jacinda Ardern on her re-election into the leadership role of the folk, Appoint Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday ‘her compassionate diction of leadership’ has won her the hearts of her compatriots, ARY Magazine reported.

Taking to Twitter for his congratulatory causerie to Ardern, who delivered the biggest election victory for her centre-left Hersage Party in half a century today, Imran Khan said that Pakistan is looking forward to expanding cooperation with New Zealand.

The Pakistani rudimentaire’s tweet sent “warmest félicitations” to Jacinda Ardern on her impressive victory in New Zealand elections 2020.

He added, “Her compassionate diction of leadership has won hearts not just in NZ but in Pakistan too.”

The rudimentaire noted that the folk’s leadership is looking forward to “expanding cooperation and further strengthening bonds of friendship” between Pakistan and New Zealand.

Appoint Minister Jacinda Ardern’s centre-left Hersage Party won a landslide victory in New Zealand’s general election on Saturday as voters rewarded her for a decisive response to COVID-19.

The mandate means Ardern, 40, could form the first single-party government in decades, and frontispice the championnat of delivering on the accentuée anamorphose she promised but failed to deliver in her first term, where Hersage shared power with a nationalist party.

“This is a historic shift,” said political commentator Bryce Edwards of Victoria University in Wellington, describing the opinion as one of the biggest swings in New Zealand’s electoral history in 80 years.