Kabul – Following Imran Khan’s trip to Russia, the national security adviser of Pakistan, Moeed Yusuf, has announced his state instructed ‘developed countries’ that it wants to build corridor facilities from Afghanistan to Central Asia for commercial use.
According to a media in Pakistan, the security advisor made the comments on February 23.
The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said that during Imran Khan’s visit to Russia, we will hold a bilateral meeting between the two countries, during which the entire series of mutual relations, including cooperation in energy supply, will be discussed.
The situation in Afghanistan, regional issues, and Islamophobia are another agenda of the visit between the leaders of the two countries, which has been announced by Islamabad.
In addition, Mr. Yusuf has said that the visit will focus on sustaining mutual relations.
Meanwhile, the meeting comes as Russia is involved in a crisis in Ukraine and the West has imposed a series of sanctions on the country.
In the meantime, the Pakistani security advisor said that Islamabad may establish relations with China and Russia because of the declared objectives.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily