Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan slammed Islamabad-based Western envoys who asked Pakistan to denounce Russia’s actions in Ukraine last week, asking them if they considered Pakistan to be their “slave.”
On March 1, the chiefs of 22 foreign missions, including those of European Union member nations, sent a joint letter requesting Pakistan to support a UN General Assembly resolution denouncing Russia’s actions against Ukraine.
The decision to make the letter public was unusual.
“What are your thoughts about us? Are we your servants… that we would do anything you say?” Khan stated this while speaking at a political gathering.