Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan lands in China for Four Day Official Tour

Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan lands in China

Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan touched down in the Chinese capital Beijing on Thursday for a four day official tour. Where he is scheduled to attend the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics and meet the country’s leadership.

Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan will attend the event to express solidarity with Beijing. As some countries have boycotted the forthcoming Winter Olympic Games being held in the Chinese capital Beijing.

According to the PM Office, the premier was accorded a red carpet welcome upon his arrival at the Beijing Capital International Airport.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin, and Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar. Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad, National Security Advisor Dr Moeed Yusuf, Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razzaq Dawood. Special Assistant on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Khalid Mansoor are accompanying him.

Besides attending the ceremony of the Olympics, the PM Khan is scheduled to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to discuss wide-ranging issues.

During the visit, a book titled CPEC Investment Opportunities in Pakistan,” will be presented to Chinese President and Chinese Premier.

Prior to departure, the accompanying ministers termed the PM Imran Khan visit to China of great significance.

PM Imran Khan meeting with the Chinese leadership would focus on bilateral strategic partnership, regional matters and peace.

On the other hand, Finance Minister Tarin said that the Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan would propose to the Chinese leadership. They relocate their industry in Pakistan’s Special Economic Zones for a win-win situation besides extending assistance in agriculture.

NSA Moeed Yousaf said the visit would provide an opportunity to discuss ways to improve peace in Afghanistan to end terrorism.

Commerce Adviser Dawood said the meetings would focus on some areas of the free trade agreement and trade.

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