ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Fawad Chaudhry on Saturday claimed that the Russian Overseas Minister Sergey Lavrov refused to fulfill his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in the course of the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO) in Tashkent.
In a scathing assault directed at FM Bilawal throughout a press convention with journalists in Islamabad, the PTI chief mentioned that the Pakistani overseas minister is on an “internship” and that nobody is aware of him.
On the hand, former human rights minister Shireen Mazari additionally tweeted about FM Bilawal’s assembly with all overseas ministers on the SCO besides these from India and Russia.
Whereas she appreciated the PPP Chairperson for not assembly his Indian counterpart, she alleged that he averted the assembly with the Russia FM in worry of the US.
“Bilawal meets all SCO overseas ministers besides Indian FM – which was correct given Modi’s fascism in IIOJK — and Russian FM. Why would he not meet Lavrov besides out of worry of US!” she claimed.
She alleged that “subservience earlier than the US prevented the imported authorities’s FM” from assembly his Russian counterpart, deeming it “shameful”.
Nevertheless, FM Bilawal mentioned that he met together with his Russian counterpart on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Group Overseas Minister’s assembly, including that talks had been additionally held with overseas ministers from Central Asian nations, in addition to that of China. He mentioned that discussions held throughout these conferences had been optimistic and helpful.
In keeping with a press launch issued by Pakistan’s Overseas Workplace on July 29, FM Bilawal held necessary, in-depth interactions together with his counterparts from China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Nevertheless, there is no such thing as a point out of his assembly together with his Russian counterpart. Earlier, he additionally met with the Performing Overseas Minister of Afghanistan Amir Khan Muttaqi.
FM Bilawal led the Pakistan delegation to the SCO Council of Overseas Ministers (CFM) assembly in Tashkent from July 28 to 29. Throughout his official engagements on the assembly, he highlighted “Pakistan’s perspective on necessary regional and worldwide problems with concern to SCO member states”.
“Commenting on the creating geo-political adjustments and challenges to the worldwide financial order within the post-Covid period, he emphasised that ‘shared prosperity’ was a sine qua non for peace, stability and growth within the SCO area and globally,” the assertion learn.