The Pakistani PM Imran Khan signed 15 cooperation agreement during a visit from the republic of China on November 2-5, 2018.


The Pakistani PM Imran Khan signed 15 cooperation agreement during a visit from the republic of China on November 2-5, 2018.
In a joint statement, both sides supported the ‘Afghan-owned and Afghan-led’ peace and reconciliation process.
“a peaceful, stable, cooperative and prosperous South Asia is in the common interest of all parties,” the statement said.

In addition, both sides agreed to have a close cooperation in the fight against terrorism as well as security and defence issues.
“China supports Pakistan’s commitment and efforts to counter terrorism, and assured Pakistan of its support in implementing its counter-terrorism strategy,” the statement added.

The two countries agreed to enhance cooperation within the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework.
“CPEC represents a win-win model of international cooperation and provides new opportunities for economic rejuvenation and prosperity of all countries,” the statement continued.

Both sides agreed on the importance of China-Afghanistan-Pakistan consultations at the Foreign Ministers level aimed at deepening trilateral cooperation for shared progress, development and security and for strengthening peace and stability in Afghanistan. Both sides supported Afghanistan to host the second tripartite foreign ministers dialogue within this year.


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