BEIJING: Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif left for Islamabad on Monday after completing its five day official visit to China.
He was seen off by Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister and Senior officials besides Pakistani officials in China.
The Prime Minister during his visit had meaningful and constructive dialogue with Chinese leadership to further strengthen strategic partnership between the two countries and giving new boost to bilateral relations.
A number of agreements were signed between the two countries to enhance economic and trade cooperation which include national economic corridor between the two countries which will open new vistas of trade and economic opportunities.
The Prime Minister also held marathon meetings with Chinese business leaders and investors at Beijing‚ Shanghai and other cities to invite them for investment in various sectors in Pakistan particularly in energy to overcome power shortage.