China louds PM Imran Khan’s positive remarks about Chinese leadership


BEIJING, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s positive remarks about the able leadership of President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang are commendable, Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Wednesday. “We have taken note of the positive remarks by the PM Imran Khan and we commend that,” Zhao Lijian said during his regular briefing held here.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had deeply appreciated Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang for their able leadership in a recently held meeting with Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Nong Rong. The prime minister also conveyed his warm greetings to Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.

While commenting on top priority accorded by PM Imran Khan’s government to China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), he said that the CPEC, as an important pilot project under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) made major progress in the areas such as infrastructure, energy, ports and industrial parks since its launch.

“This progress is not only conducive for socio economic development of Pakistan but also the larger region,” he added.He said that China would continue to work with Pakistan for high quality CPEC cooperation, and to play a bigger role in improving people’s lives and better promote regional productivity and economic integration. It may be mentioned here that PM Imran Khan during the meeting had reaffirmed to accord the highest priority to the CPEC and a firm commitment to expeditiously complete CPEC projects.The prime minister and the Chinese ambassador had also discussed bilateral relations, 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties, vaccine cooperation, and high-level bilateral exchanges.

It is noted that, an itinerant photo exhibition, themed “70th anniversary of the establishment of Pakistan-China diplomatic ties”, kicked off at the campus of Sichuan Normal University (SNU), Ghengdu Wednesday.

The photo exhibition is jointly organized by SNU, University of Karachi, Pakistan, Consulate-General of China in Karachi and Consulate General of Pakistan in Chengdu.

Nearly 100 photos showcase the historical process of exchanges between China and Pakistan over the past seven decades,

Mahmood Akhtar Mahmood, Acting Consul General of Pakistan in Chengdu, said,”We can have a look at significant moments in the Pak-China relationship by this photo exhibition.”

He said the Consulate General of Pakistan in Chengdu would further strengthen cooperation with SNU and take part in building a Pak-China community of common destiny

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