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PM Imran Invites Chinese Investors To Pakistan

BEIJING: Prime Imran Khan on Sunday invited China’s business community to work on different investment ventures in Pakistan as it is now a safe place for business because of the countless sacrifices by the armed forces of the country.

As per details, addressing Pakistan and China Investment Forum PM Imran invited China’s business community to visit Pakistan and explore the various investment ventures here. He said his government was providing incentives to the Chinese investors and also improving ease of doing business in Pakistan.

“Pakistan has become a secure country because of the efforts and countless sacrifices of its security forces,” said PM Imran.

“My first tour to China was better but the second is best,” he said.

“Most of Pakistan’s population is comprised of young people and I wish that the youth of the country gets a chance to take part in the country’s progress,” he added.

“I want to construct a university of science and technology and it is my desire that China should cooperate in forming it,” he further said.

“Pakistan and China are already working on China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC) which is now turned into a strategic partnership,” the PM said.

“Pakistan is an important pillar of the global future,” added PM Imran.

“We planted as much as 1 billion trees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) and will plant 5 billion trees across the country as part of clean and green Pakistan campaign,” he said.

“Pakistan wants a peaceful and stable Pakistan and that is necessary for regional peace,” he concluded.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss affairs of mutual interests.

A Pakistani delegation led by country’s premier Imran Khan met with the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Great Hall.

Prime Minister Imran Khan is on his second official visit to China since assuming charge as the premier. He visited China to attend second Belt and Road Forum on the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The Pakistani premier and his delegation also met with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and discussed affairs of mutual interests and regional cooperation.

Delegation-level talks were held between the two countries during the meeting at the Great Hall of the People. Other than the PM Imran, Pakistani delegation is comprised of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Financial Adviser Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Federal Minister of Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed and Federal Minister of Planning Khushro Bakhtiar.