Islamabad: China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, will arrive in Pakistan tomorrow for a two-day visit, marking his first trip to Pakistan in his current position.
According to details, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Pakistan from tomorrow, on the invitation of Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto, and will stay in Pakistan on May 5th and 6th. This is his first visit to Pakistan after assuming office.
During his visit, the fourth round of the Pak-China Foreign Ministers’ Strategic Dialogue will be held, which is a systematic approach that assesses bilateral cooperation in important areas.
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and his Chinese counterpart will co-chair the talks, which will focus on exchange of views on bilateral relations in all areas, as well as regional and global issues.
Both sides will reaffirm the commitment to a sustained and long-term cooperative partnership in all-weather strategic cooperation, and exchange views on regional and global issues, including preparing a road map for enhancing regional and global connectivity, including through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Last month, there was a telephone conversation between Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, during which Sharif congratulated Li on his selection for high office. The conversation between the two prime ministers was characterized by traditional warmth and harmony, and highlighted the close strategic partnership between Pakistan and China. Cooperation in important areas such as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was also discussed.
Prime Minister Sharif expressed heartfelt thanks for China’s principled position on the issue of Kashmir, while Chinese Premier Li praised Pakistan’s support for China.