LONDON - PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the problems that Pakistan faces at the moment are unprecedented and reminded that the PPP govt has inherited the backlog of years of political instability in the region. Addressing the prestigious Women's World Award ceremony held in Austria's capital Vienna, Bilawal said: 'The acts of terrorism in Pakistan are blight on our society and I am deeply shocked at the recent attack on the Sri Lanka cricket team in Lahore'. He gave the award to internationally renowned Italian actress Claudia Cardinale. Underscoring troubled times that people are passing through in Pakistan, Bilawal urged upon the international community not to lose faith in people of Pakistan. 'We are a young nation striving to find our place in the world and God-willing we will fulfil my mother's dream'. Bilawal referring to Pakistan in the post-Benazir Bhutto period told the audience that his father President Asif Ali Zardari and PPP govt, led by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani is continuing her political mission for the alleviation of the sufferings of the masses, to give them hope and to surmount the piled up backlog of the problems left as the legacy of the past rulers. Bilawal said:'In the year since her assassination, I have been gratified to hear time and again of the tremendous respect and admiration which she had, not only as a political leader in her own country but in the world. My mother was a political pioneer setting new precedents and making it easier for others to follow her footsteps'. 'As Prime Minister she was a role model, always encouraging others to reach the top of their profession. Her dream like of my grandfather, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, was to create a society where people did not live in hunger and humiliation. And she went about her work in a spirit of tolerance, knowing that, however different we might be, we all have talents and abilities'. He told the distinguished audience that he was proud to be studying at Oxford since his illustrious mother was the first Asian woman to be elected President of the prestigious debating society of the Oxford University. Her portrait that still hangs in the debating chamber is a manifestation of the recognition of her election in 1988 as the first female Prime Minister of a Muslim county. Bilawal thanked the organisers of the award ceremony for the recognition given to his great mother by renaming the Women's Tolerance Award as Benazir Bhutto Tolerance Award who had lived and struggled all her life for the emancipation of the less privileged and establishment of an egalitarian socio-economic order. Women's World Award was renamed after Benazir Bhutto as the most outstanding world leader who had lived and died for global peace, democracy, tolerance and empowerment of women. The 12 categories included Life Time Achievement award, World Hope Award, World Style Award and World Tolerance Award. Bilawal was accompanied by his aunt Ms Sahutto and Pakistan's High Commissioner to UK, Wajid Shamsul Hasan.