Thursday, August 5, 2021

Affairs

Moeed Yusuf, Faiz Hameed to visit US next week

National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt Gen Faiz Hameed are expected in Washington next week for talks with their American counterparts.

India made sure Pakistan stays on FATF grey list: Indian Foreign Minister

Indian FM S. Jaishankar admits that Pakistan remains on the grey list of the FATF because of the "efforts of Narendra Modi's government

Pakistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and US partner to create platform for regional cooperation

Representatives of the United States, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan agreed in principle to establish a new quadrilateral diplomatic platform focused on enhancing regional connectivity.

Why Pakistan’s Imran Khan said no to American drones

William J Burns, the director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), recently visited Islamabad where he met Pakistan’s military chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and the head of the ISI, Pakistan military’s intelligence wing, Lt General Faiz Hameed. During the same visit, Burns had requested an audience with Khan but was refused. Khan has reportedly said he will only talk to his counterpart — Joe Biden. The secret arrival of the CIA director at such a crucial time is being seen as Washington’s attempt to lobby Pakistan’s powerful military.

Pakistan to provide arms to Tajikistan, says PM Imran as leaders sign MoUs for...

The MOUs were signed on the occasion of Tajik President Emomali Rahmon's visit to Pakistan, who earlier arrived in Islamabad on a two-day visit and was received at the Prime Minister House where he was given a guard of honour.

Remembering those 76,557 Pakistani which lost their lives to Top 102 Mukti Bahni Terrorists

Mukti Bahini was a terrorist organization, trained/organized by Indians to help Bangladesh attain independence.

Pakistan Stops Official Contact with Afghan National Security Chief

Mohib not only repeated his allegations but called Pakistan a “brothel house.”

Pakistan and Uzbekistan deny any US military base for Afghan mission

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi made the remarks to reporters in Islamabad, explaining that his government has adopted a policy that allows it to become "only partners in peace” and not join any future U.S. war.