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Imran’s visit to provide opportunity to open fresh chapter of development: Chinese Foreign Ministry

BEIJING: Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday said that the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan would provide an opportunity for leaders of the two countries to open a new chapter of development of bilateral relations under the new circumstances. Imran Khan will pay an official visit to China from Friday (November 2), on invitation of his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang and President Xi Jinping. Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Lu Kang said during his regular briefing said the PM would attend China…

China backs Pakistan’s request to IMF for financial assistance

BEIJING: China has rebuffed the claim that the loans under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) are responsible for the current financial situation of Pakistan.  At a regular press briefing in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Lu Kang said Beijing has explained many times that the CPEC is being undertaken by the two governments with mutual consultations and contributions for shared benefits. He said that China supported the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in carrying out an objective and…

China upset as Indian president visits disputed border region

BEIJING: China on Monday criticized a visit by Indian President Ram Nath Kovind to the remote state of Arunachal Pradesh, saying it opposed any activities by Indian leaders in disputed areas. The latest row over Arunachal Pradesh suggests the Asian giants remain far apart, despite recent attempts to defuse tension over a region that China claims as southern Tibet. The Indian president went over the weekend, inaugurating a new state assembly building. For India, the state is where the sun first rises - being its…