Diplomacy showcase better by social media, especially Instagram. Before, everything was hidden in politics, but because of Instagram, all of them are visible.
History can be memorable by sharing photos and videos on Instagram.
Consider the photos of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, and U.S. President Trump at the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Canada.
At first, this photo was shared in Angela Merkel’s Instagram account; then, the other officials shared this photo too. But none of them can not show the disagreement between the leaders as @Bundeskanzlerin.
Instagram is one of the best and growing social media those leaders, governments, and foreign ministers use, and after Facebook and Twitter, it is the third platform globally.
All the leaders’ specifications are available on this platform to expect Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping that they have not Instagram account.
During the summer of 2018, Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of the U.S., joined Instagram and start-up his Instagram page @SecPompeo.
Also, the secretary of Germany, Heiko Maas, start-up his Instagram account an hour before departure to the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
On 29 December of 2018, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romany was the last one who opens the official Instagram page.
During the past five years, all leaders and governments started to use this app for sharing their photos and stories to connect with their audiences.
In recent years, the stories of Instagram changed to the channel for diplomacy and called Instaplomacy, the place that leaders talk with each other’s and also tag each other.
Instagram can be a helpful app to showcase the function of world leaders and international conferences and summits for people interested in being aware of them.
For example, when Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Boyko Borissov, had the meeting with Moon Jae-in the Precedence of South Korea, huge him.
This photo had not any caption but indicated the excellent relationship between these countries.
Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs shared the photo from his conversation with Didier Reynders and Donald Trump after being criticized for globalization in his speech at the United Nations.
Know we know that Instagram and politics can have the best relationships, and also, all the presidents and the leaders of the countries can have an account on Instagram and share photos and videos about their jobs and private life.
How do the world leaders use Instagram?
The leaders use Instagram, the app, to share their meetings and also their private life.
For example, the president of Chile, who is 68 years old, interviewed Costa Rika, Carlos Alvarado and shared this moment on Instagram.
The leaders also share the photos with their dears and use stickers and emojis.
To continue, we selected and gathered the best and memorable stories and videos about the leaders and governments that use the Instagram app to share their posts and stories to connect with their audience.
Instagram Stories from the leaders
The Instagram stories are popular among the leaders and governments to sharing the moments from the behind-the-scenes of politics.
It can be said, about the third of leaders and governments use this feature of Instagram.
There are no statistics about contributing to Instagram stories, but the Instagram template is safe for leaders, and no one can share any comments.
The Instagram stories that are shared are the best way to attract the follower’s minds to view.
About 133 Instagram accounts have the highlighted stories that are shared.
I continue you will know the popular and famous leaders on Instagram. So be with us.
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