24 Feb 2022

Imran Khan To Visit Moscow For 3 Day Tour Is Closely Monitored By United States Of America

Latest reports have been coming in from ANI which has reported that the United States reacted to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to Moscow.

According to reports coming in US President has said that it is the responsibility of every "responsible" country to voice objection to Russia's actions in Ukraine. 

The US has informed Pakistan about its position on the situation in Ukraine.

According to reports the US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said that we have communicated to Pakistan our position regarding Russia's further renewed invasion of Ukraine.

United States of America has conveyed and US efforts to pursue diplomacy over war.

As per sources Price said this during a press briefing when asked about Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan's scheduled meeting with Russians President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

The United States views its partnership with Ukraine as critical to US interests, Price added.

According to the sources Pakistani Prime Minister left for Moscow on Wednesday to meet President Vladimir Putin and discuss issues including economic cooperation.

This decision of Pakistan comes hours after the US and a number of Western nations hit Russia with new sanctions for its military deployment into parts of eastern Ukraine.

Also on the agenda of Pakistan and Russia will be the two counties and their mutual concerns in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and regional security cooperation.

According to the sources Imran Khan is the first foreign leader to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Russian troops entered the separatist regions of eastern Ukraine amid the escalating crisis between Russia and the West. 

According to the sources Imran Khan's visit to Moscow is the first by a Pakistani Prime Minister in 23 years.

This visit has been in the works for a while, but by going ahead as planned, experts see this as an implicit Pakistani endorsement of the Russian leader's actions.

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