Imran Khan: Pakistan’s future is tied up with Russia in terms of gas, oil and specifically wheat

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DW reporter Richard Walker interviews former Prime Minister Imran Khan who did not condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The former Pakistani leader also justified a visit to Russia that coincided with the invasion on February 24th

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