ISLAMABAD: The foreign Ministry announced Monday that Russia's international Minister Sergey Lavrov is decided to reach Pakistan for a two-day reputable discuss with the following day (April 6).
Lavrov and overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi would grasp delegation-level talks wherein both FMs would speak bilateral ties and cooperation, overseas Ministry spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri talked about on Twitter.
"The total gamut of Pakistan-Russia bilateral ties, future cooperation in distinctive fields, regional & intl. concerns should be discussed," Chaudhri added.
The foreign Ministry in its commentary referred to the Russian reputable's seek advice from "is a part of the growing interaction and standard excessive-stage exchanges" between both nations.
"The consult with of international Minister Sergey Lavrov will make contributions to further deepening of the multifaceted bilateral relationship and embellishing mutual realizing on regional and world issues," it delivered.
Lavrov would be travelling to New Delhi, India, as a part of his South Asia tour before landing at the Islamabad airport.
Lavrov — who, in response to a media report, would be accompanied by way of Russia's presidential envoy to Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov — will additionally meet leading Minister Imran Khan and different properly officers of Pakistan.
This can be the first consult with of a Russian foreign minister to Pakistan seeing that 2012.
FM Qureshi remaining met his Russian counterpart on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation firm (SCO) summit in Bishkek in June 2019 and the SCO Council of overseas Ministers (CFM) meeting in Moscow in September 2020.
the two nations "savor friendly and cooperative members of the family in response to mutual appreciate, trust and realizing", the international ministry's statement brought.
"Bilateral cooperation is growing across a wide array of areas of common hobby together with in safety and defence, counter-terrorism, and the Afghan peace method.
"Over the contemporary past, deepening collaboration in economic, trade and power sectors has been the focal point of the two governments."