Imran to Putin: Pak-Russia shut coordination on Afghanistan essential

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday obtained a phone name from Russian President Vladimir Putin whereby each the leaders mentioned newest scenario in Afghanistan and different issues.

Recalling their earlier phone dialog of August 25 this 12 months, the 2 leaders exchanged views on the most recent developments of Afghanistan, bilateral cooperation and collaboration within the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), in accordance with a press release issued by the PM Office.

The prime minister underscored the significance of peace and stability in Afghanistan for regional safety and prosperity.

He emphasised the pressing want for the supply of humanitarian help to Afghanistan and the crucial of averting an financial disaster.

PM Imran underlined the necessity for the worldwide neighborhood to stay engaged in Afghanistan. He pressured that the Afghan individuals shouldn’t be deserted at this significant juncture.

The premier pressured that shut coordination and consultations between Pakistan and Russia on the evolving scenario in Afghanistan are of essential significance.

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In the bilateral context, PM Imran emphasised the rising cooperation throughout a variety of sectors and reaffirmed Pakistan’s dedication to additional improve the general relationship.

He underscored that strengthening commerce and investments and vitality cooperation are the cornerstones of engagement with Russia.

The premier additionally reaffirmed the federal government’s resolve for early realisation of the Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline Project.

The 1,100-kilometre-long mission, previously often known as the North-South Pipeline, plans to hold 12.four billion cubic metres of pure fuel yearly. The mission identify was modified to ‘Pakistan Stream’ together with its partnership construction towards the danger of US sanctions on Russian corporations.

He reiterated his invitation to President Putin to go to Pakistan. The Russian president renewed his invitation to PM Imran to undertake a go to to Moscow, learn the communiqué.

Relations between Islamabad and Moscow have been on an upward trajectory propelled by converging views on vital regional and worldwide points, rising belief, and growing bilateral cooperation manifested by latest high-level interactions.

The two leaders agreed to stay in shut contact.

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