Pakistan has rejected speculation that it was supplying arms and ammunition to Ukraine, the former Soviet nation currently mired in hostilities with Russian troops in the Donetsk, Lugansk, Zaporozhye, and Kherson regions after Moscow launched its special military operation in February 2022.
Baloch added that providing military equipment to Ukraine
wasn't discussed during Tuesday's telephonic exchange of the two
nations' defense ministers.
This isn't the first time Pakistan has had to clarify its stance on weapons supplies to Ukraine.
In September, Islamabad dismissed a report published by an American media outlet that claimed that the South Asian state had agreed to such a proposal in
exchange for an International Monetary Fund (IMF)
financial package it secured in July.