Pakistan: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday denied any connection between former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Russia and the subsequent no-confidence motion against him. According to Geo News, former Prime Minister Imran Khan had alleged that the United States and the then opposition had joined hands to remove him through a no-confidence motion because he had decided to visit Russia.
However, the foreign minister denied the allegations, saying “if there had been any connection between Khan’s visit and the no-confidence motion, the current government’s policy towards Russia would have been different.”
‘Pakistan is in a neutral position. Was‘
Speaking to reporters in Parliament on the Russia-Ukraine war, Bilawal said, “Pakistan was and still is in a neutral position.”
Bilawal Bhutto stressed that Pakistan believes that Russia-Ukraine war should end through diplomacy and dialogue. He said that Pakistan used to import wheat and fertilizer from Ukraine but due to the war the country was facing food and energy crisis.
Imran Khan was removed from power in April.
Imran Khan, who was ousted from power in April through a no-confidence motion, has been claiming that the no-confidence motion against him was a “foreign conspiracy”. He named the United States as the mastermind behind the plot, although Washington has denied the allegations.
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