PM Khan, President Xi Meet In Beijing
Prime Minister Imran Khan held a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing.
The two leaders exchanged views on a wide range of bilateral, regional and global issues in a cordial and friendly atmosphere.
Prime Minister Imran Khan underscored that China was Pakistan’s steadfast ally, staunch partner and iron brother.
He maintained that China had firmly stood by Pakistan in supporting Pakistan’s core national interests and played a major role in advancing Pakistan’s economic as well as national development goals.
The Prime Minister affirmed that speedy completion of CPEC projects is number one priority of his government.
He also reaffirmed Pakistan's steadfast support to china on all issues of its core interest.
Highlighting the situation in IOJ&K, Prime Minister Imran Khan underscored that the continued lockdown of millions of Kashmiris for over two months had created a dire humanitarian situation in Occupied Kashmir.
He stressed the urgency to immediately lift curfew to alleviate the sufferings of the Kashmiris to avert risks to peace and security in the region.
President Xi Jinping reaffirmed china's unwavering support to Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as on all issues of Pakistan’s core national interest.
He appreciated government's agenda for socio-economic development and people-centered progress.
Xi Jinping lauded Pakistan’s efforts to expeditiously execute CPEC projects and stressed that it would help national and regional economic development process.
Both leaders agreed that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan would promote economic development and connectivity in the region.
Both sides expressed satisfaction over the close cooperation between the two countries at multilateral fora and resolved to further deepen strategic communication and coordination at all levels to strengthen Pakistan-China all weather strategic co-operation.