Beijing, January 30, 2015 (PPI-OT): Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday that China would continue to work on expanding friendly exchanges and cooperation with Pakistan at all levels and in various areas. Li made the remarks here during a meeting with Pakistan’s National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq in Zhongnanhai, the headquarters of the Chinese government.
Li spoke highly about the relationship and friendship between China and Pakistan. He emphasized that China always attaches priority to expanding relations with Pakistan and firmly supports the country’s effort to safeguard its sovereignty, independence and integrity of its territories.
Li said that the development of the China-Pakistan economic corridor had provided a strategic framework for the two countries to carry out practical cooperation. He expressed the wish that the two sides would further expand and deepen practical cooperation and jointly advance development of the economic corridor so as to benefit more people.
Li also expressed the hope that the Pakistani side would continue to adopt effective measures to protect the safety of Chinese projects and persons in the country. Li said China is ready to work with Pakistan and other relevant parties to maintain regional peace and stability and promote development and prosperity.
Sadiq said the friendly relationship between Pakistan and China has erected a model for international relations. Noting that the two countries will jointly celebrate the year of friendly exchanges this year, he said Pakistan is ready to step up friendly exchanges and cooperation with China in all areas. He expressed the readiness to jointly build the Pakistan-China economic corridor so as bring about greater benefits for people of the two countries and people in the region.
For more information, contact:
Karamat Hussain Niazi
National Assembly of Pakistan
National Assembly Secretariat,
Islamabad – Pakistan
Email: [email protected]
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