August 16, 2022

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Imran Khan on the Ukraine conflict: The crisis in Ukraine has intensified. Amid growing tensions between Russia and the United States over the Ukraine crisis, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that his country would not join any camp in world politics because his policy was to “maintain relations with every country.” In a conversation with representatives of the media, former diplomats and think tanks, Imran Khan said that we do not want to achieve such a situation, which appears to be part of a particular camp.

Pakistan will not join any camp: Imran

He also rejected the notion that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had suffered more on the Chinese side than any other country. He said it was the policy of the country to maintain relations with every country. Responding to a question, Imran Khan said the Pakistan Army headquarters in Rawalpindi was also clear on the policy of the country. Half of Pakistan’s 74 years of independence were ruled by the Pakistani military. This is not the first time Khan has said he is not going to follow the US and China in facing a new Cold War.

Imran was talking about uniting the US and China

Earlier this month, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan told you that Pakistan wants to play its part in uniting the United States and China because ‘another Cold War’ is unlikely. Speaking on domestic challenges, Khan said the red tape was the biggest obstacle to the country’s reforms. He said the devolution of power to the provinces at the expense of the central government has also created problems.

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