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Chinese Official Urges Pakistan’s Internal Stability for Development

A senior Chinese official advised Pakistani political leaders on Friday to set aside their differences, emphasizing that internal stability is crucial for national development.

Minister Liu Jianchao of the International Department of the Communist Party of China made these remarks while co-chairing the third meeting of the Pakistan-China Joint Consultative Mechanism (JCM) on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) with Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar. Leaders from major Pakistani political parties, including PTI, PML-N, PPP, and others, attended the event. China has invested heavily in CPEC, but the project has faced challenges due to security issues, which China has raised concerns about.

Minister Liu stressed that sustainable development requires political and social stability, achievable only when all political parties work together. He highlighted the need to enhance security for better business environments, crucial for the long-term success of CPEC. He praised Pakistani security forces for their efforts in this regard.

Minister Liu also emphasized the strong friendship between Pakistan and China, built on public support, though he expressed concerns about Western social media influencing younger generations and potentially affecting this friendship. He underscored China’s readiness to promote exchanges between youth, media, think tanks, academics, and local governments to strengthen bilateral understanding.

In response, Deputy Prime Minister Dar reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to enhancing people-to-people linkages with China, emphasizing the unshakeable strategic trust and mutual benefits of their relationship. He highlighted CPEC’s significance for Pakistan’s economic growth and development, calling it a symbol of deep friendship and a new vision for international cooperation.

Dar mentioned Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s recent visit to China, which renewed consensus on upgrading the corridor project, prioritizing sectors like industry, modern agriculture, information technology, and mining.”


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