Pak China Ties
Army chief thanks ambassador for China’s contribution towards fight against Covid-19.
Foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka attend video conference.
Ambassador Rong praises government for development in Balochistan.
All technical, administrative and other issues have finally been resolved.
Pledge support to each side’s core interests.
Ambassador Nong Rong says CPEC projects likely to attract Chinese investors.
The govt will strive to make every project launched under the umbrella of CPEC a success, says Asad Umar.
Beijing aiming for government-to-government deal on Pakistan Steel Mills, sources say.
Pakistan’s pivotal role acknowledged during a high-level webinar event organised by China’s State Council in Beijing.
“We think this way will be helpful for the economic improvement of Pakistan,” says Chinese ambassador.
Expresses hope the expected visit of Chinese president this year will improve relations further.
Coal energy facility involves two 660-megawatt units, which produced 6.5 billion kWh in 2020 alone
Sindh health minister meets with Chinese Consul General Li Bijian.
ISPR says it has been decided to contribute the donation to the national vaccination drive.
Report urges new US leaders to postpone May deadline for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
Pakistan is the first country in the world to receive vaccine donated by China, says Chinese ambassador.
NA speaker and Chinese National Peoples Congress chairman hold virtual meeting.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson says Beijing has decided to provide batch of vaccine doses to Pakistan "as aid".
Chinese minister says Beijing will make over one million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine available to Pakistan.
Army chief also called for improving inter-services harmony and synergy for better operational results.
Islamabad reaching out to Beijing for a commercial loan to repay another $1 billion to Riyadh next month.
The project aims to provide an alternate path for international connectivity through the Northern border of Pakistan with China.
Chinese Defence Minister Gen Wei Fenghe holds meetings with civilian leadership.
Minister of National Defence of China meets COAS, appreciates Pakistan Army's efforts for regional peace.
China is the biggest trade partner and second-largest export destination for Pakistan.
Beijing says it appreciates Pakistan's "positive contributions" to the international counter-terrorism cause.
Pakistan has followed a well-calibrated policy to maintain constructive relations with both China and the US.
"It is India that has vitiated the atmosphere with its illegal and unilateral actions in occupied Kashmir," says FO spokesman.
Pakistan’s UN representative had earlier said Hong Kong’s affairs were Beijing’s internal matter, opposing foreign intereference.
"India air chief must not forget India’s defence limitations, so embarrassingly exposed ... first during Balakot then in Ladakh."