Traditional friendship between China and Pakistan is Rock-Solid: Wang Yi

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Said the Traditional friendship between China and Pakistan will continue, which is unbreakable and rock solid.

“The two nations also agreed to strengthen all China relations, and China welcomes Pakistan’s deeper involvement in China’s new development model,” he told the Chinese press after ending his tours to Afghanistan, Nepal, India, and Pakistan,

Wang Yi Stated, given the present world and regional conditions, he has reached a significant new understanding with the Pakistani military and government leaders on increasing strategic collaboration between the two nations.

CGTN reported him as stating. The two nations are committed to protecting international justice and equity and also practise real multilateralism, strongly oppose deeds of bullying by states and reject the resurgence of such a Cold War mindset.

Wang Yi Says that his visit to South Asia occurred at a period when the fallout from the Ukraine crisis is still expanding and global peace and growth are fronted new challenges.

The Chinese Foreign Minister stated that China profoundly sensed South Asian nations’ strong determination to safeguard the country’s hard-won peace and tranquilly, as well as their hope to increase strategic discussions and develop mutual benefits cooperation with China.

The visit strengthened China’s traditional friendship with South Asian nations, improved strategic mutual confidence, defined important cooperating directions and sectors, and garnered wide consensus on solidarity, coordination, and joint development beneath new circumstances.

Additionally, wang said The visit strengthened China’s traditional friendship with South Asian nations, improved strategic mutual understanding, clarified key cooperating directions and sectors, and garnered wide consensus on solidarity, coordination, and joint development beneath new circumstances.

During his visit to Pakistan, Wang participated in the Meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which was the first time a Chinese foreign minister had been invited to such a meeting, and during that Islamic countries, andChina reached important consensus on a wide variety of issues.

The two sides have agreed to strengthen strategic coordination and communication, keep fighting COVID-19 in solidarity, deepen cooperation in vaccine manufacturing and pharmaceuticals research and development, jointly build a high-quality Belt and Route, and strengthen coordination and communication on enforcing the International Development Initiative, Wang says.

Regarding China and India relations, Wang stated that the two nations are partners rather than adversaries and that they should support each other to succeed rather than compete with each other.

China and India, as mature and sensible neighbours, should put the border problem in a proper place in bilateral relations, rather than allowing it to define or even impede the overall development of bilateral relations, he added.

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