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  •  1947: USA & USSR both invited Pakistan at the same time to visit them. Pakistan refused USSR and visited USA  1950: USSR helped India in the Kashmir Dispute and also gave economical and technical support to them.  1955: Pakistan joined SEATO & CENTO. USSR took this as a firm declaration in the favor of USA.  1956: USSR offered Pakistan Government aid at an agreement of breaking alliance with USA. Pakistan refused  1960: A spy plane from USA base in Peshawar flew to USSR which was shot down there. Pakistan was blamed for sending plane. U-2 Spy Plane
  •  1961: Pakistan’s relations with the USA deteriorated. Soviets agreed to began exploring oil in Pakistan (turning point to the relations)  1962: USA helped India in a war with China. The results led Pakistan and USSR closer  1963: China began to give aid to Pakistan. USSR doubled that loan up to £11 Million. USSR also took the Neutral stance in the Kashmir Dispute (earlier it was helping India undisputedly)  1965 : Ayub Khan made an official visit to USSR to make an agreement on trade and oil exploration.  1966: USSR hosted a peace conference to help Pakistan develop relations with India Reputation of USSR increased in Asia (Relations developed to its extreme)  1968: Americans decided to close their Air Base in Peshawar, Soviets began to supply arms to Pakistan. Pakistan was now getting military aids from USA, China and USSR. This annoyed USSR. (relations started to worsen a bit)
  •  1971: Pakistan helped to arrange a China-USA agreement. Soviet Union was annoyed     as it implied a special relation between USA, China and Pakistan. Soviet Union signed a treaty of Peace and Co-operation in India guaranteeing Soviet help if India went to war with Pakistan (Relations Worsened) 1972: Bhutto visited Soviet with a hope to rebuild good relations with USSR. In this meeting Soviets agreed to build a steel mill to Pakistan (Relations again started getting better) 1979: USSR wanted the occupation of Afghanistan. Pakistan was helping Afghanistan with an aid from USA which deteriorated Pakistan’s relations with United Soviet States of Russia. (Worse Relations) 1984: Cold reception to Zia-ul-Haq when he went to attend a funeral of Andropov (General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) in USSR. 1988: Soviet disapproved Pakistan’s Nuclear Program and USSR began bombing raids on Pakistan. Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan but hostile relations between Pakistan and USSR continued. Yuri Andropov
  •  1971: Pakistan helped to arrange a China-USA agreement. Soviet Union was annoyed     as it implied a special relation between USA, China and Pakistan. Soviet Union signed a treaty of Peace and Co-operation in India guaranteeing Soviet help if India went to war with Pakistan (Relations Worsened) 1972: Bhutto visited Soviet with a hope to rebuild good relations with USSR. In this meeting Soviets agreed to build a steel mill to Pakistan (Relations again started getting better) 1979: USSR wanted the occupation of Afghanistan. Pakistan was helping Afghanistan with an aid from USA which deteriorated Pakistan’s relations with United Soviet States of Russia. (Worse Relations) 1984: Cold reception to Zia-ul-Haq when he went to attend a funeral of Andropov (General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) in USSR. 1988: Soviet disapproved Pakistan’s Nuclear Program and USSR began bombing raids on Pakistan. Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan but hostile relations between Pakistan and USSR continued. Yuri Andropov
  •  1971: Pakistan helped to arrange a China-USA agreement. Soviet Union was annoyed     as it implied a special relation between USA, China and Pakistan. Soviet Union signed a treaty of Peace and Co-operation in India guaranteeing Soviet help if India went to war with Pakistan (Relations Worsened) 1972: Bhutto visited Soviet with a hope to rebuild good relations with USSR. In this meeting Soviets agreed to build a steel mill to Pakistan (Relations again started getting better) 1979: USSR wanted the occupation of Afghanistan. Pakistan was helping Afghanistan with an aid from USA which deteriorated Pakistan’s relations with United Soviet States of Russia. (Worse Relations) 1984: Cold reception to Zia-ul-Haq when he went to attend a funeral of Andropov (General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) in USSR. 1988: Soviet disapproved Pakistan’s Nuclear Program and USSR began bombing raids on Pakistan. Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan but hostile relations between Pakistan and USSR continued. Yuri Andropov