MOSCOW: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that they wanted to make Pakistan a developed country and Moscow will provide every possible support to Islamabad.
Responding to a question after addressing a press conference in Moscow, he acknowledged Pakistan’s efforts in eradicating terrorism.
The Russian FM said that the terrorists spread inside Afghanistan along the area bordering Pakistan pose grave danger for Islamabad.
Lavrov went on to say that several agreements have been signed between Pakistan and Russia for the provision of helicopters and military equipments.
Russian wanted to make Pakistan a developed country and Moscow will provide every possible support to Islamabad in this regard, he said, adding “Pakistan’s presence in the Shanghai Cooperation Oragisation (SCO) will strengthen relation between the two countries.”