The Consular Service on Monday rejected media reports claiming Russian President Vladimir Putin would go to Pakistan in July.
In a declaration, FO agent Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri stated some media records were making rounds regarding the Russian president’s see to Pakistan this month.
He cleared up that while “invitations for check outs at the summit level have actually been extended by both sides”, no visit by the Russian president had been scheduled yet.
Chaudhri stressed that Pakistan as well as Russia were close partners as well as buddies. “The two sides are devoted to building a strong multi-dimensional relationship that not just offers their particular nationwide interests but also contributes to local as well as international peace and safety,” he claimed.
The representative claimed exchange of top-level gos to was a fundamental part of the growing Pakistan-Russia relations.
Chaudhri recalled that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov paid an effective see to Islamabad in April this year and in 2014 Pakistan’s foreign minister as well as protection minister saw the Russian Federation.
Lavrov’s see to Pakistan 2 months ago came as Moscow looked for to boost its stature in the region, especially in Afghanistan, where it seeks to infuse itself as a key player in increased efforts to discover a calm end to years of war. His two-day journey to Pakistan was the initial go to by a Russian foreign minister in 9 years, part of a warming in when frosty connections.
During his journey to Islamabad, the Russian foreign minister had actually mentioned in a statement: “We stand all set to reinforce the anti-terrorist possibility of Pakistan, including by supplying Pakistan with unique military devices.”
Lavrov had claimed an agreement was also reached on carrying out added joint military exercises such as the Arabian Gale maritime drill.