ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China analyzed the entire spectrum of their all-weather bilateral relations and reaffirmed to bolster ties in various sectors further.
The third round of Pakistan-China bilateral political consultations (BPC) concluded in Beijing, leading to a renewed commitment to bolster ties between the two nations. According to the Foreign Office, both sides agreed to expand and reinforce cooperation across various sectors, including security and political affairs, bilateral trade, financial and economic domains, tourism, and cultural exchanges.
Dr. Asad Majeed Khan, the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan, led the Pakistan delegation, while Vice Foreign Minister Sun Weidong represented China. As the two sides celebrated the completion of a decade of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), they reaffirmed their commitment to the project, acknowledging it as a key pillar of bilateral cooperation and a representation of the deepening friendship between the two nations.
Dr. Asad Majeed Khan expressed gratitude for China’s consistent and generous support for Pakistan’s economic stability and humanitarian assistance during the devastating floods in 2022. Vice Foreign Minister Sun reaffirmed China’s support for Pakistan’s sovereignty, economic security, and territorial integrity.
Overall, the meeting between the two countries was a step towards expanding and reinforcing bilateral ties in several sectors, paving the way for a strengthened brotherly relationship between Pakistan and China. For the latest Real Estate News and Blogs, visit Realtors blogs.