CPEC would boost Baluchistan’s socioeconomic dynamics: DG NIMA
Vice Admiral (retired) Abdul Aleem HI (M), Director General of the National Institute of Maritime Affairs, said CPEC will help Baluchistan’s economy and infrastructure (NIMA). He discussed Baluchistan’s CPEC development in a webinar.
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In a webinar titled “Development of Baluchistan under the CPEC,” he shared his opinions with the audience. In a webinar titled “Development of Baluchistan under CPEC,” he shared his thoughts. The program, according to the director general, has given Baluchistan a context for economic development that would improve the infrastructure of the area. He said that by building CPEC-related projects, the region will enter a linked era, with Gwadar acting as a connectivity hub. By connecting South Asia to China, the Middle East, and Central Asia, these incredible endeavors will also increase regional connectivity. The fact that Pakistan and China have worked together to make Gwadar the biggest seaport in the country is extremely important to highlight. The concept calls for the creation of industrial zones, energy corridors, agricultural innovation zones, and transportation infrastructure.