March 9, 2012

Russia & Pakistan Deepen Ties

Sanjeev Miglani, Pakistan Now or Never

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One of the early calls that Vladimir Putin took following his expected victory in the Russian presidential election last weekend was from Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. He congratulated Putin on his success and invited him to visit Islamabad in September which the Russian leader accepted, according to newspaper reports citing an official statement.

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