ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari vowed on Wednesday to develop friendly relations between Pakistan and China new height.
Speaking at virtual meeting with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Bilawal stressed his determination to give new impetus to the Pakistani-China bilateral strategic partnership and cooperation. add new paths to practical cooperation.
He said, stressed that Pakistan is committed to high quality development of KPEC and looked forward to fast-tracking key projects and accelerating the transfer of industry to Pakistan, especially in Special economic zones of the KPEC.
During the meeting, Wang Yi. extended congratulations to foreign minister on assumption of in office. Bilawal reported that Pakistan is enjoying unique and time-tested bonds with China and commended the measures taken by both sides to strengthen all-weather strategic partnership between the two countries.
Foreign minister thanked my colleague for Chinese company support sovereignty, territorial integrity, independence and national developmentand confirmed the Pakistani full support To China on all questions of his main interest.
Foreign minister assessed the transformational impact of CPEC on Infrastructure of Pakistan, energy, industrialization, socio-economic development and improvement in livelihood of in people.
Two foreign ministers also discussed the current situation in in region and not only, in particularly difficult humanitarian and economic situation in Afghanistan.
Foreign minister also instructed on gross violations of human rights and the grave situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK).
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He confirmed that Pakistan attaches great importance safety and security of Chinese projects, citizens and institutions in Pakistan. Both foreign ministers agreed remain in Close contact during the meeting.