Two Sessions fosters stronger Pak-China ties

In Business
March 29, 2024


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BEIJING:

Pakistani experts have lauded the significance of the “Two Sessions” in fostering global economic stability in the context of jointly building the Belt and Road Initiative, particularly China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) initiatives.

They believe that the foreign policies and incentives for foreigners in China during these sessions are pivotal in enhancing economic cooperation and promoting sustainable development in the region.

Muhammad Asghar, a correspondent for the Associated Press of Pakistan in China, said that the strategic discussions held during the Two Sessions serve as a platform for fostering stronger ties between Pakistan and China.

“I’m attending different meetings and briefings during the six-day Two Sessions. I will focus on jointly building the Belt and Road Initiative President Xi Jinping launched a decade ago to build a community with a shared future,” he stated.

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“I am also looking forward to attending Foreign Minister Wang Yi media interaction and also the opening and closing ceremonies of Two Sessions in the People’s Great Hall,” he added.

Shahid Afraz Khan, a foreign expert in Beijing, said that the strategic discussions and initiatives undertaken during these sessions serve as a testament to the strong partnership between China and the world and their commitment to sustainable economic development.

“Jointly building the BRI has become the biggest mega development project of the 21st century which is successfully negating the spillover repercussions of geopolitics, protectionism, unilateralism, war-theatre mentality, isolation, marginalisation and gearing the developing countries and Global South towards greater socio-economic integration,” Pakistani expert Dr Mehmoodul Hassan Khan told CEN.

This article originally appeared on The China Economic Net

Published in The Express Tribune, March 5th, 2024.

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