PM Imran invites Chinese counterpart to visit Pakistan


Beijing: Prime Minister Imran Khan is on his official visit to China. During his visit, he has addressed a large gathering at the China Council.

Stressing the importance of bilateral ties and the promotion of International Trade, PM Imran Khan discussed regional and security issues.

Imran Khan has encouraged easy business with other countries to promote profitability.

“This government is the first one after 1960 which is encouraging ease-of-doing business – the concept being driven by the Prime Minister’s Office itself,” he added.

“This is the right time to invest in Pakistan, as the country offers an improved business facilitation system and mindset as well,” he added.

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Moreover, according to a statement which was issued on Tuesday, “Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang witnessed the signing of various Agreements and MOUs aimed at deepening Pakistan-China ties in a range of socio-economic sectors.”

The leaders from both sides also discussed serious issues relating to the human rights violation in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

PM Imran Khan’s official Facebook page announced that he has invited his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang to visit Pakistan.

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