Pakistan wants good relations with Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif have exchanged letters. They expressed their desire to strengthen cooperation between the two countries. Many believe that good relations with Russia and China are one of the reasons for Imran Khan’s downfall. Imran himself has claimed that his visit to Russia last February was not well received by the Western world, including the United States. Express Tribune and Geo News.
As soon as Shahbaz Sharif came to power, he started trying to strengthen relations with the West. The administration of Shahbaz Sharif is directly denying the allegation of US conspiracy brought by Imran Khan. Shahbaz also thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for his congratulatory message. The letter said Pakistan agreed with Russia on the Afghanistan issue. Besides, Shahbaz’s office expects strong ties with Russia.
A senior Pakistani foreign ministry official confirmed to The Express Tribune that Putin had sent a letter to Shahbaz. In the letter, Putin congratulated Shahbaz on his election as prime minister. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on condition of anonymity, said Putin had expressed his desire to deepen cooperation between Russia and Pakistan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pakistan wants good relations with Russia
Shahbaz has given a counter letter to Putin. He thanked Putin for the congratulatory message. Shahbaz expressed interest in strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries. He also expressed willingness to cooperate on the Afghanistan issue. Shahbaz became the Prime Minister of Pakistan after Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote.