Liaquat Ali Khan’s visit to USSR was initiated, proposed, accepted but not honoured. Liaquat Ali Khan was invited by the ultimate approval of Joseph Stalin, brokered by Pakistan ambassador: Raja Ghazanfar Ali in Tehran through Soviet Embassy. Between June 1949 to October 1951 it did not take place. Liaquat Ali Khan visited USA in May 1950, a successful visit, but Moscow remained unvisited. It threw cold water on Pakistan-Soviet relationship by putting the former a dependent periphery ally on US military, economic and political support in the years to come. In wider analysis the visit to Moscow should have taken place for balanced and co-existent foreign policy of Pakistan with major and regional powers, but it unfortunately did not. It dimmed the prospects of good relationship with Moscow in years to come.