Fawad Chaudhry, the Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, has replied to criticism of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s travel to Russia by saying that those with interests in the West are the ones who are criticizing the premier’s visit.
Fawad Chaudhry stated that the decision to conclude the visit had been made today, according to him. “Some people who have interests in the West are criticizing the premier’s visit to Russia.“
As a result, he stated that Pakistan’s relations with the United States (US) and Europe will not be destroyed and that Prime Minister Imran Khan will conduct a visit to Europe in the coming days.
“Pakistan will make decisions that are in the best interests of the country.” “The country will not accept dictation on whether or not to maintain or terminate its ties.” He went on to say that Pakistan will continue to take initiatives to combat Islamophobia.
According to Pakistan’s information minister, this marks the commencement of bilateral relations between the two countries. He went on to say that Prime Minister Imran Khan and Russian President Vladimir Putin have also had discussions about the global situation.
He stated that Pakistan wishes to maintain its diplomatic relations with Russia. “A meeting between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Russian Deputy Prime Minister is scheduled.” The Russian deputy minister is in charge of managing all energy-related issues in Russia. As part of its energy-related negotiations with Russia, Pakistan is also holding talks with the Russians. “Pakistan is interested in Russian investment in its energy projects,” says a government official.
During his visit, Fawad Chaudhry stated that Prime Minister Khan will also participate in a dinner event with Pakistani and Russian businesspeople.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is on his first official visit to Russia, met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Russian capital.
Prime Minister Khan arrived at Red Square, where he was welcomed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The meeting between the two leaders lasted for three hours and forty minutes.
The leaders of the two nations talked about the most important aspects of bilateral cooperation and exchanged opinions on current regional issues, especially developments in South Asia, during their meeting.