Pakistan News Service

Wednesday Oct 17, 2018, Safar 6, 1440 Hijri
Logo
LATEST :
Pakistan News Home -> Tribune Corner -> News Details

Khawaja Asif met Chinese President Xi Jinping

24 April, 2018

  Related News  
Actions by top judiciary is worse than a martial law: Nawaz Sharif
SC made VCs of three public sector universities resign
  More on this View All

BEIJING: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif met Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’s (SCO) Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Beijing on Monday.

Mr Asif told Xi Jinping that Pakistan and China were strategic partners and delivered the Pakistani people’s goodwill to the Chinese President.

He also claimed that Pakistan was China’s all-weather friend and wished to see China play a greater role in global and regional affairs. In turn, China’s leader commended Pakistan’s role as a member of the SCO.

Pakistan’s foreign minister also claimed that the upcoming informal meeting between Xi and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can help ensure regional peace and prosperity.

However, the minister did raise the issue of atrocities occurring in Indian-held Kashmir when he met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

Mr Asif also met Tajikistan’s Foreign Minister Sirodjidin Aslov at the SCO secretariat in Beijing, and both ministers agreed to bolster strategic and bilateral cooperation.

 What do you think about the story ? Leave your comments!

Heading (Optional)
Your Comments: *

Your Name:*
E-mail (Optional):
City (Optional):
Country (Optional):
 
 
Field marked(*) are mandatory.
Note. The PakTribune will publish as many comments as possible but cannot guarantee publication of all. PakTribune keeps its rights reserved to edit the comments for reasons of clarity, brevity and morality. The external links like http:// https:// etc... are not allowed for the time being to be posted inside comments to discourage spammers.

  Speak Out View All
Military Courts
Imran - Qadri long march
 
Candid Corner
Exclusive by
Lt. Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
Pakistan itself a victim of state-sponsored terrorism: Qamar Bajwa
Should You Try Napping During the Workday?
Suggested Sites