In a statement, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan and China have always stood by each other in thick and thin, and the upcoming visit of PM Khan to China will open new avenues to strengthen exemplary relations between the two countries. He highlighted that the main aim of PM Khan’s visit is to attend Beijing’s Winter Olympics will express solidarity with China as some countries have boycotted the event. He also said that special task force has been established to take forward the CPEC and other joint projects with China.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said Pakistan and China have always stood by each other in difficult times.
In a statement on Thursday about the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing, he said we have exemplary relations with China and nobody can deny the significance of this relationship.
The Foreign Minister pointed out that a special task force was constituted to take forward the CPEC and other joint projects with China. He said the task force chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan held several round of discussions and now a strategy has been prepared on the basis of which talks will be held with the Chinese leadership.
The Foreign Minister said the main aim of the Prime Minister’s visit is to attend Beijing’s Winter Olympics and expressed solidarity with China as some countries have boycotted the event.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi, however, said Prime Minister Imran Khan will meet the Chinese President and the Premier on the sidelines of the Winter Olympics.
He said our foreign policy is focused on economic diplomacy to achieve economic stability and bring prosperity in the lives of the people.
The Foreign Minister said Pakistan will host the 48th session of OIC Council of Foreign Ministers on 22nd and 23rd March.