In the wake of the Russia-Ukraine crisis, Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the country on Monday, in which he would reassure the people of Pakistan.
The Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Chaudhary Fawad Hussain, acknowledged the premier’s remarks on Twitter, according to the minister.
He stated that the prime minister will deliver a public address to clarify the country’s stand on the recent and savage Russia-Ukraine conflict, which is now occurring.
Imran Khan will also address the economic and global difficulties that are on the verge of arising as a result of the conflict in Afghanistan.
Earlier, the Prime Minister had arrived in Russia for a two-day visit at the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Following his return from the visit, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi held a lengthy news conference with members of the media to lay out the details of the discussions that took place during the visit.
According to Pakistan, any military conflict will have an impact on the entire area, particularly developing countries. There is a requirement to exercise restraint. “Diplomacy cannot be ruled out at this point,” he stated.
Foreign Minister Qureshi repeated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s vision that Pakistan would not be a part of any political group but would instead focus on its own interests, rather than those of other countries.