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Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi is a Pakistani politician who is the Minister of Foreign Affairs, serving since 20 August 2018.
Amid the final drawdown of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan, Pakistan has made it clear that it will not allow any foreign military bases on its soil after the pullback of foreign forces from the neighbouring country.
After receiving intense backlash for publicly castigating Pakistani diplomats abroad, Prime Minister Imran Khan retracted his criticism of their performance, saying that they are doing a great job.
The Pakistani government has initiated a formal inquiry into the matter pertaining to the workers' complaints filed in Riyadh about their mistreatment by embassy staff in the Saudi capital, Arab News reports.
Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia has returned to the country over complaints by the Pakistani community in the kingdom.
In a rare friendly gesture, Pakistan on Thursday allowed the over-flight of the European Union (EU) plane, delivering medical supplies to India to tackle COVID-19 crisis.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday said that Pakistan would be happy to talk out differences and resolve outstanding issues through dialogue if India was willing to revisit the unilateral decisions it took on Aug 5, 2019, regarding the status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed his solidarity with the people of India amid the "dangerous" second wave of COVID-19, adding that "we must fight this global challenge confronting humanity together".
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has extended the term of USD 2 billion interest-free loan to Pakistan made in January 2019, as Islamabad's economy continues to struggle with sluggish growth amid the coronavirus pandemic.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar speaking at the Heart of Asia - Istanbul Process conference here on Tuesday highlighted the need for 'double peace' - peace in and around Afghanistan, while stressing the importance of negotiating in good faith to reach a political solution.
During his three-day visit to Tajikistan, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will attend the ninth Ministerial Conference of Heart of Asia - Istanbul Process (HoA-IP) on Afghanistan in Dushanbe on Tuesday.