Today marks seven months since the Russian-Ukraine conflict began. Even after this, neither Russia is ready to give up nor is Ukraine ready to bow down. The conventional weapons of both countries are almost finished. But despite this, Russia and Ukraine are continuing the war due to military aid from the Allied countries. A few days ago a report claimed that apart from NATO countries, Pakistan has also sent weapons to Ukraine. Several cargo planes of the Pakistani army have been seen landing in the neighbouring country of Ukraine, Romania. Now Russia has reacted strongly to these claims. Russia has said that if there is any truth to these claims, it will have a big impact on Russia-Pakistan relations.
In fact, a Twitter account named Ukraine Weapons Tracker claimed that Pakistan has sent weapons to Ukraine. Many pictures of Pakistani weapons were also revealed in Ukraine. In these, 122 mm HE artillery shells made in the Pakistani Ordnance Factory were seen. It has been claimed that Pakistan is transporting its weapons through Romania instead of sending it directly to Ukraine. It has been told that the deal to supply arms to Ukraine was done during the visit of Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bawaja to Britain. The airport in Romania where Pakistani ships landed is under British control.
Now Russian Ambassador to India Denis Alipov said that if such weapons are sent somewhere, it will have a big impact on the relations between Russia and Pakistan. He said that so far all are unconfirmed reports. I do not know the correct information. If this is confirmed then there is no doubt that it will have a direct impact on Pakistan and our relations. This is being considered a direct warning of Russia from Pakistan. If there was no reality in the Pakistani weapon claim, Russian diplomats would never make a statement.
Let us tell you that the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan had tried a lot to increase his closeness with Russia. He also did during Russia, regardless of America and Western countries. During this, an agreement was also reached to export cheap wheat and gas from Russia to Pakistan. However, Imran had alleged that due to his visit, the US had conspired to remove him from the chair of Pakistani Prime Minister. At the same time, within six months of becoming the new PM, Shahbaz Sharif met US President Joe Biden and sprinkled salt on the burns of Imran Khan, who, far from meeting during his three-year tenure, did not even talk on the phone. could do.