China and Pakistan joined hands and pledged to build the China Pakistan Economic Corridor to the highest possible standard (CPEC). During the third Ministers strategic meeting, they aimed to tighten international and regional issues. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and China State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met in southwest China’s Sichuan region last week with a delegation from their respective countries. They discussed both countries’ present economic conditions throughout the meeting. They provide their perspectives on worldwide and regional issues.
For 70 years, the two countries have worked together to overcome numerous challenges. The goal of this bilateral fight was to forge an iron-bound friendship. Zhao went on to say that both China and Pakistan must do their best to improve relations and build a high level of mutual trust, help, and a peaceful atmosphere.
Furthermore, China was willing to continue working with Pakistan to use the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties as an opportunity to further the development of a closer community with a shared destiny in a new region. Pak-China cooperation aims to benefit both nations and contribute more to regional stability and prosperity.
Chinese leaders have also expressed sadness at the United States’ decision to remove its forces. The action may spark debate in the affected areas. However, the expansion of China and Pakistan’s bilateral efforts to strengthen their strong ties could lead to Afghan peace. It will also help in the establishment of a high-quality China-Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC).