Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Google search engine
HomeWorldPakistan won’t bow to western pressure to cut ties with Russia

Pakistan won’t bow to western pressure to cut ties with Russia

WE NEED FUNDS TO FIGHT MAINSTREAM MEDIA MISINFORMATION

We are 100% independently owned, free from corporate ownership and control. Help support a free press by donating to us.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again dismissed any notion that Pakistan’s government will cut ties with Russia due to its military operation in Ukraine, vowing to continue making unrestrained policy decisions that are in the best interests of his country and people.

On Sunday at a public gathering Khan said about his ruling Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf party, 

“For these three-and-a-half years, we have only tried to help Pakistan prosper.” Khan explained his refusal to join other countries in condemning Russia for its attack on Ukraine, saying that Pakistan wouldn’t have benefited by complying with the request.

He also added that diplomats representing nearly two dozen countries, including European counties, Japan, Canada, Switzerland, the UK and Australia, had “broke protocol by making the request” in a March 1 letter. This comes only days after Khan met with Vladimir Putin on the 25th of February in Moscow, where they discussed aspects of bilateral cooperation and exchange views on current regional topics. This was the first time that Khan had traveled to Moscow.

Khan also reiterated, “I took an oath that I will not bow before anyone but God,” highlighting that US-led global wars on terror were clear examples of policy decisions forced by the West 

That ultimately brought Pakistan nothing but suffering. America’s war against terror in Afghanistan cost Pakistan $100 billion and also 80,000 citizens.

After Pakistan abstained from a United Nations General Assembly resolution condemning Moscow’s military actions against Kiev, it instead opted to remain neutral alongside 34 other countries, including China, India and South Africa. Despite their rocky history, Khan has praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, crediting his neighbouring country for making “independent” decisions in the interests of its citizens.

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Ivan M. Paton on Approval Of Remdesivir
Beth on Free and Fair?
Novus Ordo Seclorum on Victorian Change to Mandates
Novus Ordo Seclorum on Health care in crisis
Novus Ordo Seclorum on Health care in crisis
Burnthehousedown on Postal vote outrage
Shanthini Balasuriyar on Queensland CHO – a law unto himself
Billie Hutton on Convoy to Canberra Two
Lynn a freedom warrior on Convoy to Canberra Two
Elizabeth on Ruble on the rise
Yvonne Ford on Pfizer drug recall
Gene Trevor Wyngaard on NZ Scrap vaccine mandates
Frances Mahy on Russia Sanctions The U.S.A
Peter Coxhead on My Story, So Far
Theodora Zajaz on Novak Out Of U.S. Open.
Leonie Young on Probuild Buy-Out
Shelley Madden on Pfizer, Stranger than Fiction
Debra Mullins on AVN vs Brendan Murphy
Malcolm on The End Game
Sabina on What’s Next?
Drew Duncan on Belarus Under Threat
Robyn on What’s Next?
Sofia Rutteman on Here We Go Again, Part 2
Robert Burns on Ricardo Bosi Public Address
Kim Henry on Pfizer Whistleblower
Lee Y on Give Me Five
Linda Nemeth on Ricardo Bosi Public Address
Warwick Hibble on Ricardo Bosi Public Address
Lesley on The Data Is Ours
Patricia Poppeliers on Here We Go Again, Part 2
Dani Stevens on Trouble in Paradise
Colin Stevens on VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE
Leanne Robyn on VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE
Dianedraytonbuckland on Facebook: Judge, Jury and Executioner
Michael Chere on Before You Inject Your Child
Kerry Taylor on Which one of us is blind?
Kathy Hirsch on First Nations Locked Down
Gloria Feather on Undermining The Indigenous.
Marie Millikin on Let us talk about intuition.
Lucienne Helm on Let us talk about intuition.
Susan Wilson on The real revolution
Jennifer Leonard on 2020 a year to forget
F J on Strange Times
Tracey Parsons on IBAC DAY 9
stacie rose on Which one of us is blind?
Uncertainty on My Story, So Far
Tracey on A Veteran’s Plea
Zaidee Lens Van Rijn on My Story, So Far
Alissandra Moon on The Rise of Medical Apartheid
Peggy Gothe on Mum, I don’t feel well
Keith Cashman on Mum, I don’t feel well
Melinda c Taylor on Mum, I don’t feel well
Vaughan Oke on Which one of us is blind?
Jane Ramsay on Choice vs Ultimatum
Brian K Wilson on Which one of us is blind?
Scott Dawson on Which one of us is blind?
Sandra Dee on ST KILDA STREET PICNIC