Ukraine crisis: Dialogue is the right way to go forward, says Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday advised the international community to hold dialogue to resolve the Ukraine crisis, just days ahead of Prime Imran Khan’s historic visit to Russia.

During a weekly media briefing, Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar said: “We continue to follow the developments closely (in Ukraine). I think (engagement and dialogue) is the right way to go forward.”

The spokesperson avoided commenting on the exact dates as to when would PM Imran Khan leave for Moscow; however, he confirmed that the visit on the invitation of the Russian Federation is expected next week.

“The preparations are underway and we will share more details formally later today. Pakistan attaches great importance to its multi-faceted and strong relationship with Russia”, he reiterated.

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