Chinese Foreign Minister arrives in Isb on 3-day visit

Chinese Foreign Minister

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has arrived in Pakistan on Friday on a 3-day official visit to further discuss and promote mutual.
The Chinese foreign minister would be visiting Pakistan from Sept 7 to 9 on the invitation of Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Besides meeting his Pakistani counterpart, Mr Wang is likely to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and President-elect Arif Alvi during his stay in Islamabad to have discussions on bilateral issues with focus on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor projects.
Mr Wang Yi will also meet the main leaders of Pakistani side and exchange with them views on bilateral relations, regional as well as international issues of mutual interest.
Hua Chunying said China and Pakistan were all-weather, strategic and cooperative partners and their bilateral ties had been developing at sound momentum.
“We have seen frequent high-level exchanges and political cooperation is also moving forward and there are rich outcomes from CPEC,” the spokesperson said.
The visit of the Chinese Foreign Minister has acquired significance as it is taking place just two days after the visit of Foreign Secretary of the United States and other officials in which both the countries agreed to reset their ties and reached an understanding that the Trump administration and the new Pakistani government would try to deliver on each other’s expectations.