China reiterates its steadfast support for Pakistan

China reiterates its steadfast support for Pakistan

Citizens Voice Tv (China ).China has reiterated its steadfast support for Pakistan in safeguarding its sovereignty, territorial integrity, independence and national dignity, the Radio Pakistan reported on Thursday.

This was stated in a joint press release issued today after the meeting between Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Beijing.

China also reiterated its support for Pakistan to choose its development path according to its national conditions and establish a better security environment.

Both sides stressed that they regard developing China-Pakistan relations as a diplomatic priority and are committed to further strengthening the all-weather strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries.

They agreed to further strengthen their coordination and cooperation on international and regional matters.

Pak-China friendship is cornerstone of our foreign policy: FM Qureshi

While talking to his Chinese Counterpart Wang Yi in Beijing on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Pak-China friendship is the cornerstone of our foreign policy and both countries are pursuing the agenda for development and progress in the region.

Both the dignitaries exchanged views on regional peace and security and matters pertaining to bilateral cooperation in diverse fields.

Bilateral ties, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the security situation in the region, international affairs, and Afghan Peace Process also came under discussion


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