STAFF REPORT QUETTA: China not only wants to develop Gwadar port but also is working on the vision of the development the people of Gwadar as various socio-economic projects would be launched soon for the local people.”With the developing and making the Gwadar port functional, jobs opportunities would be created for the people the new port city of Pakistan,” said Lin Dajian, the head of a Chinese delegation that has recently visited the Gwadar town and inspected different projects being executed in collaboration with China. Lin Dajian is Deputy DG Dept of International Cooperation of National Development and Reforms Commission China.
The delegation visited the project sites under the Early Harvest / Prioritized CPEC Gwadar Package consisting of nine infrastructure and one recently agreed memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the integrated social sector planning and development of Gwadar region.
The projects included focus on such initiatives that can provide for human resource development and empowerment through education, health, job creation, poverty alleviation, community development and promotion of tourism.
Speaking on the occasion, Lin Dajian said that China not only wanted to develop Gwadar port but also working on the vision of the development the people of Gwadar and under the project various socio-economic projects would be launched soon.
On the occasion the visiting guests were briefed about the progress of these multidimensional uplift schemes that are hallmark of the decades of people to people and government to government Sino-Pak friendship.