Pakistan to attend Int’l military medicine forum in Beijing
Pak-China sign MOU to promote cooperation in cross border e-commerce
BEIJING: Pakistan’s military medical experts to attend Seventh Great Wall International Military Medicine Forum scheduled to be held from March 24 to 27.
The Chinese military will host the forum in Beijing, a Chinese military spokesperson announced. Military medical experts from more than 10 countries, including Russia, Serbia and Pakistan, as well as from the International Committee of the Red Cross, have been invited to attend the forum, to be held both online and offline, said Tan Kefei, spokesperson for China’s Ministry of National Defense.
The forum will include five sub-forums focusing on topics such as frontier treatment on the battlefield, new infectious diseases prevention and control, and international emergency disaster relief, according to Tan. Adding to this, to promote Pak-China cooperation in cross-border e-commerce, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed between Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association, Shenzhen, China and Hunza Chamber of Small Traders and Small Industry, Hunza, Pakistan recently.
The MoU was signed by Muhammad Mustafa, Deputy Secretary General of Overseas Finance & Law of Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association, and Imam Dade, President of Hunza Chamber of Small Traders and Small Industry, so as to form a comprehensive cooperative partnership between both sides, CEN reported on Friday.
According to Wang Xin, President of Shenzhen Cross-border E-commerce Association, this MoU is to bridge the gap for both sides and to promote the development of the local logistics industry.
It aims to provide a platform for information exchange and cooperation for enterprises in e-commerce, logistics, manufacturing and service trade of Pakistan and China.
As per the MoU, the two sides will strengthen cooperation in information exchange regarding customs, education, industry, law and other non-confidential policies. Also, more conferences, seminars, exhibitions, and other activities will be organized by both sides in days to come.
In terms of cooperation in research and consulting project on cross-border e-commerce, both sides will carry out research and cooperation in the fields of cross-border e-commerce, talent incubation, industrial parks, free trade zones, transportation, infrastructure and logistics.