“Thank you but we are not coming” Pakistan gave a clear answer to the United States, standing with China

Helen Dunmore

ISLAMABAD (Trending News): Pakistan has refused to attend a summit convened by the United States on democracy.

According to a Foreign Office spokesperson, a virtual summit on democracy is being held on December 9 and 10 in which Pakistan has decided not to participate.

Thank you to the United States for inviting us to the Summit. Pakistan will continue to take steps to strengthen democracy and protect human rights. Pakistan is a functioning democracy in which the judiciary and media are independent.

The spokesman said that he valued the partnership with the United States and was in touch with the United States on a number of issues. Was included. China and Russia were not invited by the United States to the conference.

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The Democracy Virtual Summit will be held on December 9 and 10. China and Russia have not been invited by the United States to attend the summit.

“We are grateful to the United States for inviting Pakistan to attend the Summit on Democracy,” the State Department spokesman said. Pakistan is a very active democracy with an independent judiciary, vibrant civil society and independent media. We are committed to further strengthening democracy, eliminating corruption and protecting and promoting the human rights of all citizens.

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