Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan claimed that his government was under pressure from Western powers over its ties with China. He claimed that his country was being forced to take sides as tensions between the West and China continued to grow. He said Islamabad and Beijing enjoyed a close relationship going back 70 years and nothing could change that.
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