Malala Yousafzai Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate said that she could see herself becoming prime minister of her country in about 20 years.
I want to support my country, I want my nation to go forward and I'm really patriotic, said 17-year-old Malala, the youngest Nobel laureate ever.
That's why I decided that I will join political affairs and maybe one day people will vote for me and I get the preponderance, I'll become the prime minister, she said.
Asked around her political desires during a press conference with Norway's female premier Erna Solberg in Oslo, Malala added that "you can become prime minister when you're 35, not earlier that, so it's alike in many years."
The Pakistani youngster became a global icon after she was gunshot in the head and closely killed by the Taliban on October 9, 2012 for insisting that girls had a right to education.
Malala said she was motivated by former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto who was killed in 2007.
"She is an idyllic, giving this message that woman can go forward because in some societies women are not imaginary to go forward and become a prime minister," said Malala, who now lives in Britain.
Malala is sometimes criticized by enemies in her home country, who have defendant her of being a puppet for the West who deceives Muslim values.
She received the Nobel Peace Prize mutually with India's Kailash Satyarthi, who has been struggling against child labor for 35 years.