Deputy PM Ishaq Dar Scheduled to Embark on Official Visit to China from May 13-16

News Desk2 weeks ago

According to the FO statement, the two sides will thoroughly examine Pakistan-China bilateral relations, including trade and economic cooperation, high-level visits and exchanges, the upgrading of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, and upcoming connectivity projects.

The two leaders will also discuss bilateral cooperation in multilateral fora and the evolving regional geopolitical scenario.

The Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister are scheduled to meet with top corporate CEOs, senior officials, and Chinese leaders on the fringes of the strategic dialogue.

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The visit by the deputy prime minister is a part of Pakistan and China’s regular high-level discussions. The FO statement concluded, “It expresses the significance the two nations place on deepening the “All-Weather Strategic Cooperative Partnership,” reiterating support for one another on matters of fundamental concern, boosting trade and economic cooperation, including CPEC, and reaffirming shared commitment to regional peace and development.

A significant component of the institutional interactions between the two foreign ministries is the first official visit to China, scheduled for May 13–16, by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

At his routine news briefing, spokesperson Lin Jian stated, “China is willing to work with the Pakistani side to take this visit as an opportunity to further implement the important consensus of the leaders of the two countries.” He announced that the fifth edition of the China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue at the level of foreign ministers would take place in Dar.

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