Pakistan and China have decided to jointly launch three new projects in in addition to the existing multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as weather allies seek to ramp up bilateral relations in various industries, including agriculture, healthcare and science as well as technology.
Speech at China Economic Net (CEN) in This was stated by the Pakistani Ambassador to China Moinul Haq in Beijing. new projects include China-Pakistan Green Corridor (CPGC), China-Pakistan Health Corridor (CPHC) and China-Pakistan Digital Corridor (CPDC), The New International reported. on Saturday.
first will focus on agricultural environment food security and green development and second will help Pakistan Gets Efficiency in medical field, and the third will promote the development of Pakistan’s IT industry, the report said.
Ambassador Haq said Pakistan has a rich repertoire of talent and human resources in different fields of science as well as technology, claiming that IT-based science as well as technology became very important for Pakistan.
“We would be an important source of help for China in terms of software development. So we work together to set up training centers in Pakistan for development software in different fields of IT,” he said.
Hack attached great importance new projects that are being launched with great enthusiasm.
The report cites sources in Pakistan, stating that the official launch of projects may take place during next monthly visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in China who was invited by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
schedule and related details for the trip is being worked out out through diplomatic channels on in priority order, the report said.
new corridors will become sources of strengthening Pakistani-Chinese ties and will ensure new unbreakable bond of in proximity of two nations, he said.
Sources recalled that the scale of Pakistani-Chinese Friendship and Cooperation help Pakistan to overcome its economic difficulties and start moving on in path of financial self-sufficiency is added.
launched in 2015, CPEC connecting the port of Gwadar. in Pakistani Balochistan with China’s Xinjiang Province is the flagship project of Ambitious multi-billion dollar China Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). India has objected to the CPEC as it passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). CPEC was launched in 2015 when President Xi visited Pakistan. Energy and infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars were completed within project which was declared as “game-changer’ off senior officials of two countries.