Chinese President Xi Jinping and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan have agreed to strengthen institutional ties between the two countries at all levels. News Dawn.
The two leaders met at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, on Sunday. This was informed after the meeting.
According to the report, China and Pakistan have agreed to strengthen institutional ties between the two countries at all levels by further strengthening their mutual strategic, diplomatic and economic ties.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has left for China. During the four-day visit, he attended the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Beijing.
In addition to the Chinese president, Imran Khan also met with Prime Minister Li Keqiang. Meeting with the Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission of China. He also met with leaders of several countries in Beijing.
According to Dawn, Xi Jinping and Imran Khan exchanged views on various issues including bilateral relations, regional situation and international political situation.The two leaders praised the finalization of a number of agreements on trade, infrastructure, industrial development, modernization of agriculture, science and technology and socio-economic development of the local people, as well as a memorandum of understanding.
Imran Khan tweeted after the meeting with Xi Jinping. In a tweet, he said he had a great meeting with the Chinese president. They agreed to further enhance the strategic and economic ties between the two countries. And China and Pakistan have agreed to expedite the second phase of the Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Imran Khan last met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in October 2019. The first meeting between the two leaders took place yesterday after that meeting.