Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, where both leaders discussed issues related to bilateral interest. The Chinese premier stressed that China wants to extend cooperation ties under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Prime Minister Khan said that Pakistan is willing to cooperate with China in the framework of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), with the launching of Special Economic Zones (ZEE).
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday in Beijing.
Li said China is willing to work with Pakistan to intensify high-level contacts, deepen pragmatic cooperation, align the Belt and Road Initiative with Pakistan’s development strategy, and jointly build a closer China-Pakistan community with a shared future
China said it will continue to promote the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and that it will expand bilateral cooperation in the areas of energy, environmental protection, industries and people’s livelihoods.
China is willing to improve coordination with Pakistan on international and regional issues to safeguard its shared interests and also that of other developing countries, the Chinese premier said.
Pakistan is willing to work with China to expand the cooperation of special economic zones within the framework of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, strengthen cooperation in green development and protection of the environment and intensify communication and coordination in international and regional affairs said Imran Khan, refuting the accusation. That China has dropped Pakistan into the debt trap.
They attended the signing ceremony of cooperation documents after the meeting.