Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chinese President Xi Jinping met on Sunday to address issues of mutual interest.

According to Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed bilateral relations as well as global trends in a tweet.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Imran Khan met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

The Ministers of Finance, Planning, Reform, and Special Initiatives, as well as other top officials, joined Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Premier Li was praised for organising the Beijing Winter Olympics, while Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that strategic connections between Pakistan and China benefitted both nations’ core interests and contributed to regional peace and stability. He went on to say that last year’s spectacular 70th anniversary celebrations of diplomatic ties gave mutual friendship a fresh lease on life.

The Chinese government’s collaboration and assistance in combatting the COVID-19 epidemic, as well as the prompt shipment of vaccinations, were appreciated by the prime minister.

The CPEC, according to Imran Khan, has had a revolutionary influence on Pakistan’s infrastructure, energy, socioeconomic growth, and people’s livelihoods. He emphasised Pakistan’s commitment to high-quality development as a result of the corridors’ mutually reinforcing industrial, commerce, health, digital, and green corridors.

Premier Li was briefed on the government’s efforts to give policy guidance and support for more Chinese investment in CPEC SEZs and Special Technology Zones, as well as to safeguard the safety and security of Chinese persons, projects, and institutions in Pakistan.

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