Foreign Minister Qureshi calls on his Chinese counterpart in Beijing
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Wednesday called on his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Beijing, ARY News reported.
Both the foreign ministers discussed a number of issues of mutual interests including regional peace situation, Pak-China bilateral relations, the China Pakistan Economic Cooperation (CPEC), regional security and Afghan peace process.
They also discussed bilateral cooperation on multilateral issues.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Pakistan-China friendship was an important pillar of Pakistan’s foreign policy. He said both the countries were working on the agenda of development of the region.
He said visit by Prime Minister Imran Khan to China held paramount importance amid contemporary circumstances.
Qureshi is visiting China on invitation of his Chinese counterpart.
It may be noted here that Prime Minister Imran Khan will depart to Beijing on April 27 and he would be accompanied by cabinet members.
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During the visit, PM Imran Khan will attend an event of the Belt and Road Initiative also known as ‘One Belt One Road Initiative’ which would be participated by heads and representatives of more than 100 countries, sources added.
Earlier, Qureshi on Tuesday had met with his Japanese counterpart, Taro Kono in Tokyo and exchanged views on bilateral relations, promotion of cooperation in various fields and resolved to continue joint efforts for peace and stability in the region.