ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has scheduled a 5-day official visit to China commencing from July 4 aiming to strengthen partnership as well as expansion of economic and trade ties.
PM Sharif will hold high level talks with top leadership during his 5-day visit for strengthening broad-based cooperative relationship with China.
According to sources, PM Nawaz Sharif will be successful to gain China’s support in the department of civil nuclear technology to overcome energy crisis in Pakistan.
It is pertinent to note, Nawaz Sharif had expressed his wishes for assistance in civil nuclear department while meeting with Chinese Premier in May.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) will be signed on the upcoming event to increase cooperation in various fields including energy sector.
Chinese high-level delegation will accompany Nawaz Sharif on his first official visit after taking charge as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Regional situations, Afghanistan and major security will be part of discussion during PM’s meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.
On the visit, the PM will focus to expand economic and trade cooperation and finalise a trade passageway between the countries.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Mian Nawaz Sharif met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Islamabad today and sought assistance in the department of civil nuclear technology to overcome energy crisis
PM will concretised the proposals and initiatives which were finalised earlier by the Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal-led task force on a previous visit to China.
Moreover, PM Sharif will also visit important industrial centers, Special Economic Zones as well as meet the leaders of cooperate and financial sectors.