Vladimir Putin’s Russian military attacked the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv last week, thus raging a full blown war between the countries. The war has already claimed thousands of lives in the form of death, injury and various other casualties. Naturally, it is unexpected that various sanctions have been imposed on Russia and Putin himself in order […]

Vladimir Putin’s Russian military attacked the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv last week, thus raging a full blown war between the countries. The war has already claimed thousands of lives in the form of death, injury and various other casualties.

Naturally, it is unexpected that various sanctions have been imposed on Russia and Putin himself in order to quell the barrage of attacks. However, amongst the many countries who strongly oppose Putin’s actions come the ones who refuse to take sides alongside the ones who actually agree with the Russian President. Pakistan is one of the countries who has not actively imposed any sanctions on Russia, instead choosing to visit the country for the first time in two decades!

What Does Pakistan Have In Mind?

We would like to believe that our neighbouring country would have imposed economic sanctions on Russia as well in wake of the carnage being carried in the name of nationality. Pakistan refusing to pay back loans would be hilarious indeed, however, reality is extremely different.

The President of the United States of America, Joe Biden and various other Western powers have imposed strict economic sanctions on Russia. This move was triggered by the infiltration of the Russia military into various parts of the east of Ukraine. 

In the wake of this news, the Prime Minister of Pakistan has decided to visit Russia to sit down and have a chat with President Putin. During his two day visit he will attempt to reach an understanding with Putin concerning their bilateral ties and expanding cooperation in the energy sector.

Imran Khan will be accompanied by a team of high-level delegation composed of Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoos Qureshi, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar, Commerce Adviser Abdul Razak Dawood and National Security Adviser DR. Moeed Yusuf.

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