Up to date: Mar 25, 2021 19:45 IST
Islamabad [Pakistan], March 25 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s National Security Adviser Dr Moeed Yusuf on Thursday refuted media experiences that he was being thought of to be deputed as the brand new High Commissioner to India.
Yusuf took to Twitter to publish a hyperlink to a media report back to say that it was “completely made up and baseless,” Daybreak reported.
“I do know it is an excessive amount of to ask for a information story to be fact-checked earlier than publication as of late. However at the least the story should not defy all logic. It’s completely made up and baseless,” he tweeted.
This comes after a neighborhood media report had recommended that there have been possibilities of Yusuf’s appointment as High Commissioner to India as each nations have proven constructive indicators of reconciliation throughout the previous few days, Geo Information reported.
Yusuf was appointed the PM’s aide on nationwide safety in December 2019. He was previously the Affiliate Vice President of the Asia centre on the US Institute of Peace in Washington DC.
He has additionally labored on the Brookings Establishment, a Washington-based suppose tank, Daybreak reported.
He holds a Grasp’s diploma in worldwide relations and a Ph.D. in political science from Boston College.
In 2007, Yusuf co-founded Strategic and Financial Coverage Analysis, a non-public sector consultancy agency in Pakistan. He has additionally consulted for the Asian Improvement Financial institution, World Financial institution, and the Stockholm Coverage Analysis Institute, amongst others. (ANI)