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ISLAMABAD: Hostile force won’t be allowed to sabotage the China-Pakistan ties, said Friday Prime Minister Imran Khan while expressing resolve to timely complete the projects under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). As the Chinese ambassador Nong Rong called
on the Pakistani prime minister today, the two sides agreed that a close collaboration
is needed to make the Belt and Road Initiative a high-quality demonstration.
The premier further stressed there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan as the discussion grew in the context of the regional situation. He expressed Pakistan’s resolve to support efforts for a negotiated political settlement.
China-Pakistan bilateral relations, CPEC, vaccines and mutual cooperation in host of sectors were further discussed in the ambassadorial meeting today. Chinese ambassador Nong Rong conveyed greetings and felicitations from his President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang ahead of Pakistan’s Independence Day. China-Pakistan cooperation in trade, commerce and investment, people-to-people contacts, and mining and natural resources was also discussed. Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that with the universal recognition of government’s policies towards revival of economy, handing of COVID-19 pandemic and environment protection, Pakistan today can stand tall among the comity of nations. “Pakistan today can stand tall among the comity of nations. Our policies towards reviving the economy, handling the pandemic, and protecting the environment have received universal acclaim,” the Prime Minister said in his message on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day.
“As we hoist our national flag to mark Independence Day, we must reiterate the firm resolve to uphold our national values of unity, faith and discipline as envisioned by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah,” he added. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan had surmounted monumental challenges during the course of its history to emerge as a united, peaceful and resilient nation.
Prime Minister Khan describing the Overseas Pakistanis as country’s precious asset said the increasing numbers of foreign remittances depicted their confidence in the government’s policies. He was presiding over a review meeting for the ease of Overseas Pakistanis in sending remittances under the priority sectors and their further facilitation. Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin, Special Assistant Dr. Shehbaz Gill, Governor State Bank Raza Baqir, Chairman NADRA Muhammad Tariq Malik and senior officers concerned were in attendance.

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