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Chinese troops arrive in Pakistan for joint military drill   

RAWALPINDI: A special forces contingent of People Liberation Army China arrived in Pakistan on Saturday to participate in Pak-China joint military exercise ‘Warrior –VI 2018’. According to an Inter-Services Public Relations press release, troops of special service group from both armies will participate in three weeks long exercise. The military's media wing said, "Focus of the joint exercise is to share respective experiences in the field of counter terrorism operations and learn from each other. It is pertinent to…

Pakistan, China agree to improve cooperation in railways  

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China on Monday agreed to improve cooperation in railways sector and deputed technical teams to work out the details in this regard. According to the details, the consensus was made during a meeting between the delegations of the two countries in the federal capital. The Chinese delegation of National Railway Administration (NRA) was headed by An Lusheng while Sheikh Rashid Ahmed was leading the Pakistani side. Talking to the delegation, Sheikh Rashid said  no modification will be made in framework…

Pak, China ink deal for two mega housing projects in Gwadar

ISLAMABAD: The China Pakistan Investment Corporation (CPIC) inked a construction agreement with China’s state-owned construction conglomerate, BIDR, to initiate working on two mega residential and commercial projects in Gawadar city. The agreement was signed between CPIC Global Founding Board member Syed Zeeshaan Shah and BIDR Deputy Director and Chief Design Engineer Liu Bochun at a event in the federal capital. The agreement comprises CPIC’s mega projects in Gwadar which spread across 10 million square feet of prime…

‘Pak-China joint military drills to improve ability to deal with multiple security threats’

ISLAMABAD: China has said joint exercises of China and Pakistan armed forces, training and competitions will help improve ability to deal with multiple security threats and jointly maintain regional peace and stability.   The Chinese defence ministry’s spokesperson stated this while responding to a question during a briefing in Beijing. He said these exercises would also help the militaries of participating countries to enhance understanding and deepen mutual trust. Read More: China keen on military drills with Asean,…

Pak-China relationship finds no parallel in world: COAS

RAWALPINDI: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday said the enviable relationship between Pakistan and China finds no parallel in the world. “Pakistan Army and the people of Pakistan take great pride in our deep rooted brotherly relationship with People’s Republic of China,” he said while addressing at 90th Founding Day of Chinese PLA COAS Bajwa felicitates China's PLA on 90th founding day: ISPR. The Army chief said both China and Pakistan were faced with similar challenges and…

Ever-growing Pak-China strategic ties bedrock of regional peace: Marriyum

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb on Thursday said ever-growing strategic relations between Pakistan and China are the bedrock of regional peace and stability. “Pakistan and China have exemplary friendship which has withstood the vicissitudes of time,” she said during a meeting with Director Information Office of the State Council of China Jiang Jianguo, who called on her along with a high-level delegation in Islamabad. Marriyum Aurangzeb said China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would…

Chinese Navy ships in Karachi to participate in Pak-China naval exercise

KARACHI: Chinese Navy Ships CHANGXINGDAO (Ocean Salvage & Rescue Ship) and PLA(N) Ship HANDAN are in Karachi these days on a good-will visit to Pakistan. The visiting ships will participate in the 4th Pak-China naval exercise. A joint media brief was held in this regard here at Pakistan Navy Fleet Headquarters wherein Commander 18th Destroyer Squadron Commodore Mirza Foad Amin Baig and Flotilla Commander Chinese Naval Force Senior Captain Chi Qingtao gave details of the exercise. Commodore Foad Baig said that this…

People of Hunza welcome Pak-China Friendly Car Rally

SUST: People of Hunza welcome Pak-China Friendly Car Rally that arrived from China and comprises 20 cars with 52 persons including media representatives. Minister for Works Dr Muhammad Iqbal, Member Gilgit-Baltistan Council Arman Shah and other government officials accorded warm welcome to them at Zero Point. The rally led by Mr Lee attended a flag hoisting ceremony organised in honor of the rally at Sust. Pakistani Political Attache to Beijing Sohail Abbasi is also accompanying the rally. Anthems of both the…