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PM Imran’s visit to Malaysia

Imran Khan seems to be juggling relations with the international community well. This week the prime minister visited Malaysia on a two-day official visit. This was his second visit since assuming office in August 2018. During the visit, both sides

KL Summit fallout

The fallout continues after Prime Minister Imran Khan subbed the KL Summit held in the Malaysian capital reportedly from pressure by Saudi Arabia. The prime minister probably found himself between a rock and a hard place and chose not to

Pakistan’s absence in KL Summit is due to Saudi Arabia: Erdogan

ISTANBUL: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed that Pakistan’s absence in the Kuala Lumpur Summit was due to Saudi Arabia as the country threatened Islamabad of economic sanctions. Recep Tayyip Erdogan alleged that Pakistan refrained itself from the Kuala

KL Summit visit shelved

After much speculation since last week, it has finally been revealed that Prime Minister Imran Khan will not be attending the much-anticipated Kuala Lumpur Summit being held in the Malaysian capital hosted by Mahathir Muhammad. This is the latest attempt

PM Imran Khan will not attend KL Summit, confirms Mahathir

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will not participate in the upcoming Kuala Lumpur Summit, said a statement by the Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia. The statement said Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad received a call from Imran Khan yesterday (December

Assuaging Saudi concerns

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s major successes have come on the diplomatic front. After strengthening relations with Saudi Arabia, UAE and Iran, the prime minister will be embarking on his maiden official visit to the Gulf state of Bahrain. PM Imran

What ails the Muslim Ummah?

Mahathir Mohammad, the world’s oldest prime minister, is hosting the KL Summit later this month to discuss the problems being faced by the Muslim world. Pakistan is among the five countries – dubbed M5 – seen as the pioneers of

Pakistan supports KL Summit to address challenges: Qureshi

DOHA:Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan fully supported Kuala Lumpur summit aimed at enhancing Muslim nations existing potential for collective development and shared prosperity. Addressing at the second Kuala Lumpur Summit Ministerial Meeting in Doha, the foreign