Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has stated that he supports former Prime Minister Imran Khan trip to Russia, stating that the trip was paid for in accordance with Pakistan’s foreign policy.
FM During an appearance at a news conference in New York, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari made the following statement: “I defend former Prime Minister Imran Khan journey to Russia. As part of Pakistan’s official foreign policy, Imran Khan has been to Russia.
It would be inappropriate to place blame on Pakistan because of Russia’s presence. We are sick and tired of fighting war after war after war. Since many of our young people and women have lost their lives in this conflict, we have come to the conclusion that war is never the answer to any problem.
He acknowledged that Pakistanis could have political disagreements inside the country, but he emphasized that they are united for the sake of resolving long-standing conflicts, such as Kashmir and Palestine. He gave his word that Pakistan would raise its voice on global platforms for the resolution of the conflicts in Kashmir and Palestine, where people have been subjected to horrors for a number of decades.
According to FM Bilawal, India is mistreating minorities and employing barbaric tactics in the Indian-occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK), which is occupied illegally by India. He condemned India for what he claimed was a plot to turn Kashmir’s Muslim majority into a minority, which he claimed was the cause of tensions between Kashmir’s neighboring countries.
He advocated for an end to the conflict in Kashmir as a means of establishing peace and tranquility throughout the South Asian area.
According to Pakistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the country has developed the National Action Plan in order to combat extremism and terrorism. In addition to this, he demanded that the international community pay attention to the humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan and that combined efforts be made to support the people of Afghanistan.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stated, in reference to the bilateral ties between Pakistan and the United States, that there is a history of Pak-US ties. Pakistan is interested in cultivating extensive ties with the United States. Islamabad is working to expand the number of commercial opportunities available to Pakistani and American entrepreneurs.