Pakistan is portrayed by Malala Yousafzai at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony. Malala offers athletes a crucial message. Prince Charles, not Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom, attended the Commonwealth’s open ceremony, which was held in Birmingham. The prince delivered the Queen’s message to the people of the Commonwealth.
Malala, who represents Pakistan, used a documentary to emphasize the value of girls’ rights and education during the ceremony. In her remarks, she emphasized the value of girls’ education while stating that it was an honor to attend and meet. She stated, “As we watch outstanding athletes of the Commonwealth Games, each child deserves the chance to fulfill their full potential and pursue their wildest goals. It is an honor to be here at the opening ceremony, and I welcome everyone to Birmingham.
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