CPEC promoting technology and skills to Pakistan

Bilateral cooperation amongst Pakistan and China under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would prompt the exchange of technology, information and aptitudes to Pakistan said Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal while directing seventh meeting of the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) of CPEC alongside his Chinese partner. The meeting was held in Islamabad to audit and affirm different improvement ventures.

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“CPEC is advancing a learning-based economy in Pakistan,” the Minister said.

More than 150 authorities from Pakistan and China were at the meeting. The central priests of all areas, alongside Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider, were likewise present. In addition, the private area additionally took part in the meeting out of the blue.

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Ahsan Iqbal said that the seventh JCC meeting was a point of reference towards understanding the capability of CPEC and noticed that the general population of Pakistan esteemed the multifaceted participation stretched out by the administration and individuals of China to Pakistan.

Iqbal said that activities in Gwadar were of most extreme significance for the general population of the range and in addition to national advancement.

PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, amid a meeting with a Chinese appointment, drove by China’s Assistant Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou, featured the need of an expansion in participation between the two nations keeping in mind the end goal to guarantee that the general population advantage from CPEC.

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Abbasi communicated fulfillment that the vitality and framework extend under CPEC were advancing easily, Radio Pakistan announced.

The Chinese assignment had met Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua in Islamabad for the eighth round of vital talks amongst Pakistan and China.

 

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