Pakistan–United Kingdom relations
As a result of the Pakistan movement and the Indian Independence Movement, leading to the simultaneous independence and partition of India, Pakistan was created as a new commonwealth dominion on 14th August 1947. At this point the Dominion of Pakistan was still nominally part of the British Empire, until it became a Republic in 1956.
The United Kingdom and Pakistan have High Commissioners, a position which often fulfills the role ambassador within the Commonwealth, in the other country. The current High Commissioner for the UK in Pakistan is Thomas Drew, and Pakistan's High Commissioner to the UK is currently Syed Ibne Abbas.
- Foreign relations of the United Kingdom
- Foreign relations of Pakistan
- British Pakistanis
- Inter-Services Intelligence activities in the United Kingdom
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