On Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is making his first official visit to Russia, met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived at Red Square, where he was welcomed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. A one-on-one meeting between the two leaders lasted for three hours and forty minutes.
The leaders of the two nations reviewed the most important aspects of bilateral cooperation and exchanged opinions on current regional issues, especially developments in South Asia, during their meeting.
Today, Prime Minister Imran Khan paid a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a World War II memorial, and laid a floral wreath in memory of the troops who lost their lives while serving in the military during the conflict.
His delegation included federal ministers Asad Umar, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Fawad Chaudhry, and Hammad Azhar, among other officials. In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invitation, the prime minister landed in Moscow on Wednesday for a two-day formal visit.
The visit takes place at a time when Russia and Ukraine are embroiled in a military confrontation.
Russian forces launched missiles at several Ukrainian cities and landed troops on the country’s southern coast on Thursday, according to officials and news reports, after President Vladimir Putin authorized what he defined as a “special military operation” in the country’s east.