Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari discussed economic coordination, industrialization and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). with Chinese colleague Wang Yi on Sunday.
The meeting took place in Guangzhou where foreign minister arrived early today on his first bilateral visit at the invitation of Wang since the adoption office in April.
On Twitter, Bilawal thanked Wang for his warm welcome and gracious hospitality.
“During extensive negotiations with State Councilor Wang Yi discussed strengthening economic activity, trade, investment, industrialization and cooperation KPEC. Problems facing pupils also discussed,” he said, adding that both sides are committed to taking the multi-faceted partnership to a higher level.
Previously in day, Pakistan Embassy in China shared photos of Wang shows Bilawal a photo album of bilateral relations between Pakistan and China.
This is also general photos of two foreign ministers cutting cake in honor of the 71st anniversary of the founding of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Yesterday foreign minister said that his visit coincided with 71st anniversary of institution of diplomatic relations of pakistan with China.
“landed in Guangzhou, China on my first bilateral visit. Today also celebrates 71st anniversary of institution of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China. seeking forward meeting with State Counsellor, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi for in-deep discussions on Pakistan-China relations,” he tweeted after arriving. in southern Chinese city which also the largest city and capital of Chinese province of Guangdong.
minister left for two-day visit to a neighboring country on Saturday, which is first in-a person of high level of interaction between two countries since inception of in coalition government in April.
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According to the Chinese government Global Timesforeign minister’s visit was part of of high-level exchanges between China and Pakistan, which have recently also turned on the message of congratulations to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif from Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and a telephone conversation between the two leaders on May 16, 2022
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Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that, like all weather strategic cooperation partners, it was necessary for China and Pakistan to improve communication and coordination on key issues to address with changes in in region and risks and challenges.
“China hopes use this visit as an opportunity to on with in traditional friendship with Pakistan, strengthen strategic mutual trust and further deepenweather comprehensive strategic partnership for build rapprochement between China and Pakistan community with general futurethe representative said added.