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Russian President Vladimir Putin not visiting Pakistan in July 2021

Russian President Vladimir Putin not visiting Pakistan

Russian President Vladimir Putin not visiting Pakistan in July 2021, says Foreign Office Spokesperson.

However, FO spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri clarified that both the countries have extended invitations for visits at the summit level.

Russian President Vladimir Putin not visiting Pakistan

But, no such visit has been scheduled so far.

Chaudhri said this, while responding to some media reports regarding the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Pakistan in July 2021.

Moreover, he said Pakistan and Russia stay committed to building a strong multi-dimensional relationship.

That not only serves their respective national interests but also contributes to regional as well as global peace and security.

In a statement on Monday, he underlined Pakistan and Russia as close partners and friends.

He also underscored exchange of high level visits as an important part of the growing Pakistan-Russia relations.

The FO spokesman further said that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov paid a successful visit to Islamabad in April this year.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister and Defence Minister visited the Russian Federation last year.

Meanwhile, Pakistan participated as an observer in the Sea Breeze 2021 naval exercises in the Black Sea.

U.S.-led NATO and its selected allies and partners participated in the exercise amid warnings from Russia.

Russia warned that it will respond to challenges in contested waters off Ukraine after an incident with a British warship.

GTV

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