February 7 (Hashtag Nation). Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China proved beneficial, according to Visiting Professor Cheng Xizhong of China’s Southwestern University of Political Science and Law. He stated in a statement released on Monday that during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tour to China, he held crucial meetings with Chinese authorities, the business community, educational institutions, and the media that were sincere, cordial, and practical, and yielded positive outcomes. The Chinese people were left with a strong impression that Pakistan is a loyal friend.
The following three aspects, in my opinion, reflect the most useful outcomes. First, China and Pakistan signed a number of key cooperation accords, including the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, which focuses on industrial collaboration (CPEC). The Agreement on Industrial Cooperation between Pakistan’s Board of Investment and China’s National Development and Reform Commission will facilitate the relocation of Chinese industrial units to CPEC Special Economic Zones, as well as Chinese investment and technology transfer to Pakistan, allowing large-scale production and export of modern industrial products to be established in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan discussed the Special Economic Zone with Chinese governmental and private sector officials during a meeting. Many Chinese companies have expressed an interest in investing in energy, textiles, fibre optic networks, housing, dairy, water management, and metal and paper recycling, among other areas. These organizations seek to enhance investment in relevant projects in Pakistan.
Developing a $3.5 billion reprocessing park in Gwadar, as well as a $350 million textile cluster in Lahore. A total of 20,000 jobs are expected to be created. Representatives from three large agricultural companies wanted to work together to establish a cutting-edge research facility and an exhibition project in Pakistan to boost production and seed quality. Chinese fertilizer firms seek to invest in the expansion of corn and soybean exports.
Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has visited China several times and is a long-time friend. He is well-versed in Chinese culture and understands the significance of connection with educational institutions and the media. These academic and media circles are crucial in establishing amicable relations between the two countries, improving people-to-people understanding, and strengthening the foundation for bilateral relations.
This Time The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, made a Deep, determined, friendly, and people-oriented leader impression on the Chinese people during an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN). Following a ceremony to start off the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Chinese and Pakistani leaders will meet to discuss bilateral relations as well as major international and regional issues. I am confident that a wide consensus will be reached to point the Direction forward for a partnership based on all-weather strategic cooperation.