Pakistan and China have agreed to enhance high-level exchanges and strengthen pragmatic cooperation for more progress in bilateral relations in the wake of changing international situation. This was stated by Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson, Lu Kang, in Beijing, while responding to a question regarding a meeting between Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Bishkek.
The spokesperson said both the foreign ministers discussed international cooperation on some important issues like counter-terrorism. He said they also discussed other issues including the Afghan situation and reached consensuses on it.
“The two sides also agreed to jointly implement the consensus reached by our two leaders during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s attendance in the second Belt and Road Forum for the International Cooperation,” Lu Knag said.
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20 July, 2019