Russia boosting ties with Pakistan: Putin

President Putin conveyed good wishes for the leadership and the people of Pakistan

Our Correspondent April 20, 2016

ISLAMABAD: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said his country was actively developing multifaceted relations with Pakistan, particularly in the fields of trade and counter-terrorism.

He made these remarks in a meeting with Pakistan’s Ambassador in Russia Qazi Khalilullah, who presented his letter of credence to the Russian president
in Moscow.

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A statement issued by the Pakistani embassy in Moscow said Qazi conveyed greetings from the president, prime minister and the people of Pakistan to the Russian president

In his remarks, President Putin conveyed good wishes for the leadership and the people of Pakistan.

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He expressed satisfaction at the level of cooperation between the two countries in the United Nations, which was based on a shared commitment to international law and convergence of positions on many key global and regional issues.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 21st,  2016.


Sunil | 8 years ago | Reply @Hassan: Dream on. India is on the march and our economy is growing fast in the next 10 years will be a 10 trillion dollar economy. SC is a bone of contention it does not represent the real world any longer and is based on the cold war era.
ajeet | 8 years ago | Reply Must be very close friendship that made the Russian government deport a hundred Pakistanis.
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