Pak China Ties
Holds former PTI govt responsible for economic crisis; defends ban on import of non-essential luxury items.
Says govt is determined to take necessary steps for enhanced safety, security of Chinese citizens in Pakistan.
"The sacrifice of both Chinese and Pakistanis in nurturing our bonds of brotherhood will not be in vain," says foreign minister.
Rana Sanaullah meets Chinese charge d’ affaires, both sides agree to improve Pakistan-China relations.
"It’s clear that Pakistani promises of ‘foolproof security’ are mere words," says Senator Mushahid Hussain.
NA speaker visits Chinese embassy to condole the deaths of Chinese academicians.
Conventional security for CPEC projects is essential, but state institutions cannot ignore the strategic and political context.
Suicide bomber not a KU student, FIR lodged against BLA militants, police looking for bomber’s husband.
Says new govt wishes to "positively engage" with US, reaffirms commitment to deepen economic cooperation with China.
Sixth meeting of joint working group reviews progress on special economic zones.
Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad organises virtual seminar in collaboration with Chinese institute.
FM Qureshi holds separate meetings with Chinese, Russian, Iranian and Afghan foreign ministers during China visit.
Says the “heavy imbalance” in bilateral trade is a “problem” that Islamabad should resolve through import substitution.
He is expected to meet the foreign ministers of Russia, Iran and Central Asian states.
Statement from China comes after meeting between foreign ministers of both countries.
American and Chinese officials speak about recent intrusion of Indian missile into Pakistani airspace.
Qureshi, Chinese foreign minister continuing efforts for peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Says the United States had no clear aims for invading Afghanistan.
"The world should not go through a situation where it is divided into two camps, it does not benefit anyone," he says.
President Xi and PM Imran meet for the first time since October 2019 when the latter visited China.
Says rapid militarisation of India is undermining regional stability; FM Qureshi meets Chinese counterpart.
Chinese firms ready to set up $3.5bn Gwadar reprocessing park, $350m textile cluster near Lahore.
Besides attending the ceremony of Beijing Winter Olympics, he will meet President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.
Shaukat Tarin says China will be asked to relocate industry to Pakistan; NSA Moeed Yusuf says Afghanistan issue to be discussed.
PM Imran will hold meetings with President Xi Jinping, Premier Li Keqiang and will attend Winter Olympics' opening ceremony.
Spokesperson says time not ripe for normalisation of relations with India.
Army chief holds meeting with PM.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson rejects reports indicating that work on CPEC has slowed down.
Meeting comes ahead of PM’s visit to China from Feb 3 to 5.
The meeting was held after a gap of 11 years.