Russian FM Lavrov extends invitation to Bilawal Bhutto for Moscow go to

Russian FM Lavrov extends invitation to Bilawal Bhutto for Moscow go to

ISLAMABAD – Russian International Minister Sergei Lavrov has prolonged an invite to his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to go to Moscow.

The event comes as chief of former ruling PTI claimed that the Russian International Minister Sergey Lavrov refused to satisfy Bilawal Bhutto Zardari through the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO) in Uzbek capital.

Opposition leaders commented on the matter over no bilateral assembly between Pakistani and Russian diplomats on the sidelines of regional discussion board.

The PPP chief held bilateral conferences with overseas ministers of different nations besides his Indian and Russian counterparts at a time when the ruling coalition is making an attempt to keep up a steadiness in its ties between Kremlin and Washington.

Nonetheless, the official invitation prolonged by Russian diplomat throughout has cleared the air.

Experiences in native media counsel that Bilawal and Lavrov had been scheduled to satisfy nonetheless the late arrival of Lavrov to Tashkent led to the cancellation of the assembly.

The Pakistani minister additionally averted any interplay together with his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar regardless of being noticed in a body sitting with all members on sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Group moot.

Earlier, Imran Khan led PTI has slammed the incumbent authorities for following instructions of bosses in Washington as in comparison with earlier authorities who proceed to hunt a cooperative relationship with Moscow.

Curiously, Russian International Minister Sergey Lavrov congratulated PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on taking oath because the nation’s International Minister and expressed need to take steps to strengthen the bilateral ties.

However, Russia additionally slammed Washington for try of ‘shameless interference’ within the inside affairs of Pakistan as former premier blamed Biden led administration for his ouster accusing it of a ‘regime change conspiracy’.

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