Pakistan emphasises early resolution of Russia-Ukraine conflict through diplomacy

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday once again emphasised for the early resolution of the Russia-Ukraine conflict through dialogue and diplomacy

He made the remarks during a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference in Germany and further conveyed his concerns over the conflict

FM Bilawal took to Twitter to share details of the meeting and said the two leaders “had an in-depth exchange of views on a range of issues and resolved to further enhance bilateral cooperation for benefit of their peoples”

Pleased to meet my 🇺🇦 counterpart @DmytroKuleba

We had in-depth exchange on a range of issues & resolved to further enhance bilat


for benefit of our ppl

I also conveyed our concern over 🇺🇦 🇷🇺 conflict & emph

its early resolution through dialogue & diplomacy

#MSC2023 pic


com/9IDFvyEWOS — BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) February 18, 2023 The foreign minister also stated that he had an “enriching discussion with senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi on global, regional and bilateral matters”

Read more: Pakistan stance on Ukraine unchanged: FO “All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership remains the vital pillar of regulating peace & stability and for our shared future towards development and prosperity,” he added

Delighted to meet HE Wang Yi at #MSC2023 sidelines today

Had enriching discussion on global, reg

& bilateral matters

🇵🇰🇨🇳 All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership remains the vital pillar of reg

peace & stability & for our shared future towards development & prosperity



com/qF1PTnO669 — BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) February 18, 2023 FM Bilawal is currently in Germany to attend Munich Security Conference-2023

According to a Foreign Office statement, he will participate in several events and engage with international media during his visit

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar is also reportedly attending the Munich Security Conference

Also read: Pakistan rubbishes claims of arms supply to Ukraine Besides, on the invitation of the Lithuanian counterpart, Bilawal will undertake a bilateral visit to Vilnius on February 20-21

In the last leg of his tour, the foreign minister will visit Hungary from February 21-22

Date:19-Feb-2023 Reference:View Original Link