Pakistan, China reaffirm unwavering support to each other on core issues

Government of PakistanPakistan, China reaffirm unwavering support to each other on core issues

BEIJING, China: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif accompanied by key members of his Cabinet held delegation-level talks with the Chinese Premier Li Qiang at Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Friday.

During the talks, the two leaders discussed the entire spectrum of bilateral relations, and discussed regional and global developments of mutual interest.Pakistan, China reaffirm unwavering support to each other on core issues

   

They noted that Pakistan-China All- Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership was characterized by mutual trust, shared principles and strategic convergence.

The Chinese Premier Li Qiang congratulated Shahbaz Sharif on Pakistan election as non-permanent member of UN Security Council.

The two leaders reaffirmed the unwavering support to each other on core issues and expressed continued commitment and support for the high-quality development of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

They also emphasized timely completion of all ongoing projects with special focus on industrial development, agriculture modernization, science & technology and development of Special Economic Zones for mutually beneficial and socio-economic development of Pakistan.

The two sides discussed the significance of Gwadar as an important pillar of CPEC and agreed to expedite the timely completion of all related infrastructure projects to transform Gwadar into a regional economic hub.

They also expressed their firm commitment to protect CPEC from its detractors and adversaries and to upgrade CPEC in the form of enhanced cooperation.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif reaffirmed Pakistan’s unflinching resolve to ensure the safety and security of Chinese personnel and projects in Pakistan.

The two sides agreed to maintain high-level exchanges including strengthening institutional linkages at all tiers and in all spheres of bilateral cooperation.

Pakistan and China will also continue to consult closely on issues of regional and global significance and multilateral fora especially during the two-year tenure of Pakistan as non-member of UN Security Council.

The delegation level talks were followed by an MoU Signing Ceremony witnessed by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Premier Li Qiang, where both signed 23 Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) and agreements deepening cooperation in transport infrastructure, industry, energy, agriculture, media, health, water, socio-economic development and others of mutual interest.

The meeting was followed by an official banquet hosted by the Chinese Premier Li Qiang of the visiting dignitary.

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