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Pakistan to demarche US envoy over Joe Biden's statement: FM Bilawal Bhutto

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"Pakistan is 50 times more important than Afganistan" - VP Joe Biden

"Pakistan is the most dangerous country in the world" - President Joe Biden

Keep your allies close, enemies closer, and the "the most dangerous one" the closest....

Woe to Putin! Even after publicly threatening to use the nukes he has failed to replace Pak in the minds of the Pentagon Boys! And, even with the "corrupt-to-the-soul" "traitor-to-the-hearts" "naked-beggars-at-the-DC" scums at the power in Pak the Pentagon Boys can't assuage and calm themselves!!! Such is the power of a destitute Pak!!!! What'll they do when Pak gets powerful????

Tebrikler...

*If Biden loses the mid-term elections he'll hold Pak as solely responsible.
 

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do you recall amreeka summoning j. shankar and gen. Bajwa some days ago to 'advise' them to settle and accept LoC as a border. amreeka wanted bharat to accept the name Azad Jammu kashmir and Pakistan to accept maqbooza kashmir as Indian Union territory.
not sure if srs.. wut ? credible links pls ?
 

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Maybe nothing was done by America
have you noticed how these perverts seem to be overdosed on porno filums? why can't they write one sentence without indulging in their fetish with pervy sex?

to top it all a pair of 'moderators' are actively encouraging them to go full retard

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a pair of 'moderators'
oops! it is 4, 2 mods +2 admins = 4

Maybe nothing was done by America
amreeka did but not like it is being portrayed here on this forum (and social media)
 

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"Pakistan is 50 times more important than Afganistan" - VP Joe Biden

"Pakistan is the most dangerous country in the world" - President Joe Biden

Keep your allies close, enemies closer, and the "the most dangerous one" the closest....

Woe to Putin! Even after publicly threatening to use the nukes he has failed to replace Pak in the minds of the Pentagon Boys! And, even with the "corrupt-to-the-soul" "traitor-to-the-hearts" "naked-beggars-at-the-DC" scums at the power in Pak the Pentagon Boys can't assuage and calm themselves!!! Such is the power of a destitute Pak!!!! What'll they do when Pak gets powerful????

Tebrikler...

*If Biden loses the mid-term elections he'll hold Pak as solely responsible.
Oh buus karrday baba.

This though:

"Keep your allies close, enemies closer, and the "the most dangerous one" the closest...."

Copyrighted? :azn:
 

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I don't get it why idiots here don't put a material response on this news of billoo instead of abusing her..
We all know who runs Foreign policy.. its not this kid.. he, SM Q.. they are all front face..
But no.. here u only see bakwaas..jitni marzi kara lo in sai..they have unlimited supply of bakwaas.
 
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have you noticed how these perverts seem to be overdosed on porno filums? why can't they write one sentence without indulging in their fetish with pervy sex?

to top it all a pair of 'moderators' are actively encouraging them to go full retard

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oops! it is 4, 2 mods +2 admins = 4


amreeka did but not like it is being portrayed here on this forum (and social media)
I never knew dopamine impairs mental development :enjoy:
 

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  • Says we know how to safeguard our nuclear arsenal.
  • Indian nuclear weapons safety should be questioned.
  • Warns nation against churning out conspiracy theories.
KARACHI: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Saturday that Pakistan has decided to summon the US ambassador to the Foreign Office to give him a demarche over President Joe Biden’s controversial statement regarding the country’s nuclear arsenal safety.

“We are fully capable of safeguarding our nuclear weapons, and they meet every international standard in accordance with the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) as far as security and safety is concerned,” Bilawal said addressing a news conference.

“Pakistan is adamant about ensuring its integrity and safety. Security questions, if any, should be raised on the nuclear weapons of India that recently fired a missile into Pakistani territory by accident."

FM Bilawal said he had discussed President Biden's statement with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in detail and hoped this incident would not affect Pakistan-US relations negatively.

“This is not only irresponsible and unsafe but raises serious concerns about the safety of nuclear-capable countries. Biden's remarks came as a surprise. I believe such misunderstandings are a result of a lack of engagement,” the foreign minister said.

"We will make sure our engagements with the US continue in the right direction," Bilawal said.

On the sensitivity of Biden's remarks, Bilawal, however, added it was not an official function and it wasn’t an address to the parliament or an interview.

“It was a fundraiser. It was an informal conversation in which this sentence was used so it should be [looked at] in this manner, I think we will look at this statement in this way,” he said.

However, he warned that at the same time the nation should avoid churning out conspiracy theories.

'Nuclear weapons without any cohesion'​

Bilawal's presser came hours after US President Biden said Pakistan may be “one of the most dangerous nations in the world” as the country has “nuclear weapons without any cohesion”.

The US president made the comments while addressing a Democratic congressional campaign committee reception on Thursday.

“And what I think is maybe one of the most dangerous nations in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons without any cohesion,” Biden was quoted as saying in a transcript of the address, published on the White House’s website.

Biden’s remarks were made with regard to the changing geopolitical situation globally, as he highlighted that the world was changing rapidly, and countries were rethinking their alliances.

“And the truth of the matter is — I genuinely believe this — that the world is looking to us. Not a joke. Even our enemies are looking to us to figure out how we figure this out, what we do,” he added.

‘Is this reset?’​

In response to the remarks, PTI Chairman Imran Khan held the incumbent rulers responsible, saying it shows the total failure of the "imported government’s" foreign policy.


Terming the US president’s comments as an “unwarranted conclusion” of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, the former premier asked about the information Biden got to make such a statement on the country’s capability, and added: “….having been PM, I know we have one of the most secure nuclear command & control systems”.

“Unlike the US which has been involved in wars across the world, when has Pakistan shown aggression esp post-nuclearisation?” he further asked. “Is this the ‘reset’?”
Beggars don't have respect.
 

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I think this is all drama, we might be close to break through in our relationship with The US. The spin the US will give will be selling weapons to Pakistan helps in reducing the risk.
 

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