ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Imran Khan is set to leave for China on Thursday for his second tour as Pakistan’s Prime Minister, which will be instrumental in taking Pak-China bilateral relations to new heights, the Dispatch News Desk (DND) news agency reported.
His four-day visit to China from April 25-28, 2019 is being undertaken at the invitation of the Chinese President Xi Jinping.
In Beijing, the prime minster will attend the 2nd Belt and Road Forum and deliver a keynote speech in the Opening Ceremony of the Forum on April 26.
Imran Khan will also attend Leaders’ Roundtable with leaders from around 38 Countries. He will speak in the first session of Leaders’ Roundtable.
The prime minister would also hold meetings with several Heads of State/Government and corporate and business leaders on the sidelines of 2nd BRF.
In addition to participating in the Belt and Road Forum, the prime minister would hold bilateral meetings with the Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. Pakistan and China will also sign several Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) and agreements to enhance bilateral cooperation in diverse areas.
Following the Forum, the prime minister will address a Pakistan Business and Investment Forum on April 28, which will be attended by prominent Pakistani and Chinese businessmen.
The prime minister will also participate in Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition along with President Xi Jinping and other world leaders.
Both Pakistan and China are “All Weather Strategic Cooperative Partners”. Their friendship is based on mutual confidence and commonality of interests. The two Countries have always stood by each other through the tests of time.
The leadership of both the Countries is committed to further strengthen this friendship by enhancing mutually beneficial economic and commercial relations.