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Senate Chairman calls on Chinese ambassador

The ambassador also invited Chairman Senate to travel to China.



Senate Chairman calls on Chinese ambassador
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Islamabad: Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani called on Chinese Ambassador Jiang Zeidang on Tuesday.

Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani and Chinese Ambassador Jiang Zeidang discussed a range of issues of shared concern, including bilateral ties, economic cooperation, and coordination.

According to a press release, during the discussion, the commitment to strengthen bilateral cooperation across a variety of industries was reiterated, highlighting the advantages for both countries.

The meeting also highlighted how important it is to work together to advance the region's development, prosperity, and peace.

Sanjrani congratulated Ambassador Jiang Zeidang on his new position and expressed confidence in the ambassador's ability to strengthen and stabilize the Pakistan-China relationship. He praised China for its dedication to maintaining regional stability and emphasized the need to strengthen multilateral cooperation.

The development of cooperation in the mining and agricultural industries was also covered in the discussions. The Senate chairman declared his intention to learn from China's mining and agricultural experiences, which may lead to the development of a "Strategic Cooperation Partnership" that would deepen ties between Pakistan and China.

He emphasized the two countries' long-standing friendship and support for one another on a variety of international stages. Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani hailed the "Pak-China Economic Corridor" project's transformative effects, which ushered in a new age of mutual progress and prosperity.

He invited the leader of the National People's Congress (NPC) of China to Pakistan, urging a speedy exchange of legislative delegations. The Senate chairman emphasized Pakistan's welcoming climate for investments and urged Chinese investors to look into potential for cooperative projects.

Sanjrani also pointed out that Chinese investments in Pakistan had helped to boost regional growth and created worthwhile job possibilities for the country's youth. He expressed his gratitude for China's private sector investments in rural Pakistan.

China's ambassador to Pakistan, Jiang Zeidang, reiterated the two countries' strong friendship while pledging his country's commitment to advancing bilateral relations. He expressed his satisfaction at being in Pakistan and highlighted that China's experiences would substantially contribute to Pakistan's social and economic progress.

The ambassador also invited Chairman Senate to travel to China.

He also emphasized China's most recent white paper, "Common Future of Mankind," which aims to promote world peace and development.

Mohammad Qasim Samad Khan, the secretary of the Senate, and Asim Khan Guraya, the additional secretary, also attended the meeting.