Foreign Relations of Pakistan

Pakistan has a distinct architecture which is an blend of Islamic and oriental components, Mughal architecture can be regarded as the basic template of traditional Pakistani architecture. Although contemporary style is also prevalent.

Bosnia–Pakistan relations

Bosnia–Pakistan relations are the foreign relations between Pakistan and Bosnia. Pakistan recognized the independence of Bosnia from Yugoslavia in 1992, and the two established diplomatic relations. As recently as 2016, Pakistan’s Prime Minister visited Bosnia on a 3-day visit and pledged support for the country. Pakistan sent UN Peacekeeping forces to the former Yugoslavia during… read more »

Chinese Army Troops & Turkish Military Band will Participate in 23 March Parade

The military’s media wing on Monday announced that Chinese and Turkish armies will participate in Pakistan Day parade later this month.  DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor stated that Chinese Army troops will arrive in Islamabad to participate in Pakistan Day celebrations. A Turkish military band will also participate in the parade. The parade is organised by joint staff headquarters… read more »

Tariq Fatemi

The Special Assistant to the Prime Minister belongs to a well-known Sufi family, with his father, the late Professor Syed Alay Mohammad Abdur Rauf Fatemi, a well-known educationist and scholar of repute in former East Pakistan. A career diplomat for over 35 years, he held various diplomatic assignments in Pakistan Missions abroad, including Moscow (twice),… read more »

Line of Control (LoC)

The term Line of Control (LoC) refers to the military control line between the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of the former princely state of Kashmir and Jammu—a line which, to this day, does not constitute a legally recognized international boundary but is the de facto border. Originally known as the Cease-fire Line, it was… read more »

Pakistan will parade with Chinese Military as a “true Friend”

It’s one of Beijing’s most anticipated diplomatic events of the year but the heads of most major Western countries won’t be there – and neither will North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. As Beijing on Tuesday announced a guest list of more than 40 foreign representatives who would attend a military parade to mark the 70th anniversary… read more »

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