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PM Shehbaz and Li spoke about CPEC and investor security


ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif told his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang on Thursday that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project will be completed on schedule and in a secure environment for investors.

“Pakistan would create a perfectly safe and favorable business environment for Chinese investors,” Mr. Shehbaz said over the phone with Mr. Li.

Separately, according to a statement published by the Prime Minister’s Office, PM Shehbaz provided directions for the implementation of the solarization project, expressed hope for meeting the IT export objective of $15 billion in three years, and assessed connections with the United Kingdom.

Mr. Sharif emphasized Pakistan’s unwavering commitment to the timely completion of the CPEC project during his meeting with the Chinese prime minister.

PM emphasizes the need for energy saving and expects that the IT export target will be fulfilled.

“The two leaders’ talk was marked by warmth and cordiality, in line with the best traditions of the Pakistan-China all-weather strategic cooperative cooperation,” according to the statement.

PM Sharif reaffirmed Pakistan’s unequivocal support for China’s basic interests.

Premier Li informed PM Shehbaz that China saw Pakistan not just as a strategic ally, but also as a country whose stability and economic well-being were critical to the region and to China.
He continued by saying that China will always support Pakistan.

Mr. Shehbaz spoke about the International Conference on Climate Resilient Pakistan, which will be held in Geneva on January 9, and expressed Pakistan’s sincere thanks to China for its assistance to those impacted by the floods.

Mr. Li gave Mr. Sharif assurances that China will continue to assist Pakistan’s rehabilitation efforts and the conference’s success.

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